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A bend in the road 



WILLIAM MARVIN PENN 
August 10, 1918 
October 20, 1936 




DR. JOHN W. CUMMINGS 
November 3. 1902 
October 23, 1936 




WE PAUSE at the beginning of this 
volume in a moment of quiet contempla- 
tion and heartfelt search for understand- 
We cannot know what lies around 
the bend; we can only feel that what is 
there is beautiful. It is our deep 
privilege to have known these and to try 
to live out their youthful lives for them. 
"To live in hearts we leave behind is 
not to die.'" 





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JEAN MARGARET BRAND 
December 25, 1916 
February 3, 1937 



DR. J. KELLY GIFFEN 
Februarv U, 1885 
February 4, 1937 



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SIMPSON E. SPENCER, JR. 

€ditor 



JOHN C. McINTYRE 

'business ^Manager 



Chilhowean 

for 1937 

Volume Tkirty-One 



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY 
THE JUNIOR CLASS OF 

MARYVILLE COLLEGE 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 




In Dedication 



DR. GEORGE ALAN KNAPP 

for twenty-three years professor, 
counselor, friencl at Maryville, this, 
the thirty-nrst volume of the Chil- 
how^ean,' is affectionately dedicated. 
As you have loved wild life and 
made the birds your friends. Dad- 
dy, so have you won forever the 
trust and love and friendship of us 
all. It IS our honor to dedicate to 
you this record. 



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Prologue 



In the spirit of the valiant Scottish chiefs 
with whom we at Maryville identify our- 
selves this, the thirty-first volume of the 
"Chilhowean/' is presented. But in the 
casual marking down of our activities 
and achievements there are those whom 
we must not forget. There is the sac- 
rifice and devotion of the parents who 
have made ours this privilege; there are 
the patient efforts of our professors who 
have tried to give us their thirst for 
knowledge; and lastly there are our 
friends among our fellows w^ithout whose 
companionship and encouragement we 
might have failed. Thus then do we 

present this record: to preserve and to 
perpetuate the memories of a happy year 
. . . the ''Chilhowean" for 1937. 




College 




Mountain Majesties 



Mar>?Ville 

Home of tke Higklanders 



A FLAGSTONE WALK 
Crossing of the Ways in a 'Beautiful Qampus 





WINTER WONDERLAND 
In the College Woods 




ANDERSON HALL o^dminhtration 




THE POST OFFICE 

Campus C^^i^^ 



THAW HALL 

Library and Recitation 








THE PRESIDENT'S HOME 




CEDAR TREES AND MEMORIAL 

Women's '■Dormitory 




Presenting 

the 
President 



RALPH WALDO LLOYD 



A.B., Maryville College, 1915, D.D., 1929; B.D., McCormick Theological Seminary, 1924; In- 
structor and Athletic Coach at Westminster College, Salt Lake City, 1915-'17; First Lieutenant, 
Field Artillery, 19 17-' 18; Assistant to President, Westminster College, 19 18-' 19; with Fulton 
Manufacturing Company, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1920-'21; Supply Pastor, First Presbyterian 
Church, Ossian, Indiana, 1922-'23; Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Murphysboro, Illinois, 1924- 
'26; Edgewood Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, 1926-'30; President of Maryville College since 
1930; Interchange Preacher to Great Britain, 1930 and 1935; Moderator, Presbytery of Cairo, 
Illinois, 1926; Presbytery of Union, 1932-'33; Trustee, Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League, 1930; 
General Council, Presbyterian Synod of Tennessee, 1931; Nexus, Presbyterian College Union, 1932- 
'36, 1937; State Committee, Y.M.C.A., 1936; Lieutenant Governor, Division Eight, Kentucky- 
Tennessee District Kiwanis International, 1936; Executive Committee, Tennessee College Association, 
1936-'37; Regional Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1937; Vice-President, National Conference of 
Church-Related Colleges, 1937; Contributor to Various Religious and Educational Journals; listed 
in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Education, Americas Young Men, etc. 



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THE OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 





PRESENTING THE FACULTY 



DEPARTMENTAL HEADS 

David H. Briggs, M.A., Ph.D. 
Psycholof/y and Education 



Katharine Currie Davies, B.A., B.Mus. 
Fine Arts 



Edmund Wavne Davis, M.A. 
Forcu/n Languages 



Susan Allen Green, M.A., L.H.D. 
Biology 



Lombe Scott Hokaker, B.A. 
Physical Training. Director of Athletics 



George Dewey Howell, M.S. 
Chemistry 



PROFESSORS 

Morton McCaslin Rodgers 

M.E., S.T.M., Ph.D., D.D. 

Bible 

Hill Shine, M.A., Ph.D. 
English 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Mary Rachel Armstrong, M.S. 
Home Economics 

Almira Caroline Bassett, M.A. 
Latin 

Mrs. Bonnie Hudson Brown, M.A.. 
Biology 

Claude Arthur Campbell, M.A., Ph.D. 
Economics 

Ralph Stokes Collins, M.A. 
French and German 

*James Kelly Giffen, A.M., D.D. 
Bible 

Fred Albert Griffitts, M.S., Ph.D. 
Cliemisiry 

Jessie Sloane Heron, M.A. 
English 

Almira Elizabeth Jewell, M.A. 
History 

Jessie K.atherine Johnson, M.A. 
English 

'Died, February 4, 1937. 




ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Mar> Moori; Ki:i,i,i:i(, M.A. 
Psytlioloijy and Educdiuin 

John IIi;Ri!i;Kr Ku,i;i<, M.A. 
Ilhlnry 

Krnneth Raymond Lakerstedt, M.A. 
Frrncli and German 

Newei.i, Thomas Preskjs, A.M., Ph.D. 
Psycliolot/y and Ldiiralion 

Verton Madison Queener, M.A. 
History and Debate 

Robert Lewis Smith, M.A. 
Spanish 

Edgar Rov Walker, M.A. 
Mathematics and Physics 

Mrs. Nita Ecki.es West, B.A., B.O. 
Dramatic Art 

Margaret Catherine Wilkinson, M.A. 
French 

Lyle Lyndon Williams, M.A. 
Biology 



INSTRUCTORS 

Nan Bird 
Art 

Ralph R. Colbert, B.S. 
Music 

George F. Fischbach, B.A. 
Golf, Tennis, and Sivimminff 

Mary M. Hallock, M.A. 
Bible 

Wilhelmina Holland 

B.A., B.O. 

Dramatic Art 

Dorothy D. Horne 

B.M., Mus.M. 

Music 

Elizabeth H. Jackson, B.A. 
English 

Mrs. Evelyn N. Queener 
Physical Training for Jf'omen 

Mrs. Grace P. Snyder, M.A. 
CAiurch History 

Robert C. Thrower, B.A. 
Physical Training and Aililetics 



DEPARTMENTAL HEADS 

Iu)V\i\ Ra^ IIiniek, .via,, Ph.D 

Enijlisli 



(JEOKf.E Alan Knait', .M.A., Lni.l). 

Malhcinalii s and PliyAcs 



James Hknrv McMurrav 
M.A., Ph.D., L.H.D. 

Social Stirnces 



Gertrude Elizabeth Meiselvvitz, M.S. 
Home Economics 



Horace Eugene Orr, M.A., D.D. 
Bible and Religious Education 




Presenting 




The Shitie Twins 



THE 
MASCOTS 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



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THE 
OFFICERS 




David James Brittain, Tennessee President 

Esther Shirlev Jackson, Connerticut Vice-President 

Marv Joan Dexter, Illinois Secretary 

William David Morgan, Jr., Alahnnui Treasurer 



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SENIORS 



George Alton Adams 

MIFFLIN row \, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 
Major: Chemistry 



Bruce Alexander 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); President Knox 
County Club (4). 



Mark Lewis Andrews 

HARLAN, KENrUCKY 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Honors Work in Bible (4) ; Student Vol- 
unteers Cabinet (3. 4), President (4); 
Vice-President Athenian (4) ; Baseball (i, 
2, 3) ; Y. AI. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4) ; 
Bainonian Alidwinter (3) ; Varsity Debate 
(4). 



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Marcella Mary Ardern 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKV 

TJieta Epsilon 

jMajor: Home Economics 

Honors Work in Home Economics (4) ; 
Pi Kappa Delta (2, 3, 4) ; Varsity Debate 
(2, 4) ; Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Theta 
Epsilon Secretary (2), Treasurer (3), Vice- 
President (4) ; Home Economics Club Pro- 
gram Secretary (2), President (4); Glee 
Club (4) ; Cla;s Secretary (2) ; Daisy 
Chain (3) ; Student Council (3). 



Ralph Everett Ash by 

LIVINGSTON, NEW JERSEV 

Major: Economics 

Upsala College (i); Baseball (2, 3, 4) ; 

Athletic Board of Control (3); Student 

Coiuicil (3, 4). 



NoRiMAN Howard Beaaier 

MANOR, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 

Band ( I ) ; Orchestra ( i ) ; Alpha Sigma 
Orchestra (2, 3, 4) ; Triangle Club Pro- 
gram Secretary (3), President (4) ; Tennis 
(2, 3, 4)- 



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SENIORS 



Edna Deane Bell 

WUriE PINE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 

Graduate in Expression; Th;ta Epsilon, 
Midwinter (2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3). 



Marjorie Jane Bliss 

KENMORE, NEW YORK 

Bainonidn 

Major: Mathematics 

I'uii'talo State Teachers College 
Orchestra (3, 4). 



LlLL\Nr H. BoRGQL'iST 

RICHFIELD, UTAH 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 

Utah Westminster College (1,2); Vesper 
Choir (3, 4) ; Glee Club (3, 4) ; Sextette 
(3) ; Student Volunteer Quartette (3, 4) ; 
Operetta (3); Great Western Club Sec- 
retary (4). 



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SENIORS 



Bernard Cooper Boyatt 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: English 

Graduate in Expression (4) ; College Play- 
ers (2, 3, 4) ; Athenian Midwinter (3, 4) ; 
Theta Alpha Phi (3, 4). 



Elizabeth Hannah Brimfield 
hammonton, new jersey 

Bahionian 

Major: Mathematics 



David James Brittain 

OLIVER SPRINGS, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Political Science 

Class President (4) ; President Athenian 
(3); Law Club President (2); Y. M. 
C. A. Vice-President (4) ; Student Coun- 
cil (3) ; Honor Roll (3). 



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SENIORS 



Charlotte Browder 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History 

IVIontreat College (i, 2); Alabama-Mis- 
sissippi Club Vice-President (3). 



Sarah Lois Brown 

maryville, tennessee 

Bainonian 

Major: French 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Athenian Mid- 
winter (i, 3) ; College Players' Play (2), 
President (2) ; Theta Alpha Phi (2, 3, 4), 
Secretary (3), President (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (3), President (4); Class Vice- 
President (3) ; Daisy Chain (3) ; Graduate 
in Expression (3) 



Thomas Bryan 

mcminnville, tennessee 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Biology 

Class President (3) ; Student Council (2, 

4); College Players (3, 4); Debate (i, 

4) ; Pre-Med Club President (4). 



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SENIORS 



Ernest Elmore Bryant 

ANDERSON, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Athenian 

Major: Mathematics 

Carolina Club Vice-President (3" 



James Luther Burns 

TOWNSEND, TENNESSEE 

Major: Biology 
Nature Study Club (4). 



Florence Elizabeth Butman 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

]\Iajor: History 

Graduate in Expression (4) ; Bainonian 

Midwinter (3); College Players (4); 

Athenian Midwinter (4). 



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SENIORS 



Elizabeth May Carlisle 

PLAITSBURG, NEW YORK 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

French Club President (4) ; Nu Gamma 
Leader (4) ; Debate ( i). 



Helen Jane Chambers 
fast orange, new jersey 

Bainonian 

Major: English 



Lenna Bess Childers 

hellier, kentucky 

Bainonian 
Majors: English and History 
Peace Forum Committee (4). 



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SENIORS 



Mortimer Co.mpton 

SOMERVII,I,E, MASSACHUSETTS 

Alpha Sigma 
Alajor: Chemistry 



ToLLTON Everett Coulter 

MAR-iVlLLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Mathematics 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); Wrestling (i, 2, 3, 
4 ) ; Track ( i ) . 



Mary Lillian Crawford 
maryville, tennessee 

Bainonian 

Major: French 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3. 4) ; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent (3, 4) ; Orchestra (1,3); May Queen 
Attendant (3); Daisy Chain (3J;^"M" 
Club (3, 4), Treasurer (3) ; Y. W. C. A 
Cabinet (3, 4); Student Council (4); 
Barnwarming Queen (4). 



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SENIORS 



Myrtle Lee Cunningham 
maryville, tennessee 

Major: French 



William James Davis 

MINERAL POINT, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 
Major: Greek 



Mary Joan Dexter 

HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: French 

Honors AVork in French (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (i, 4) ; Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; 
"M" Club (2, 3, 4) ; French Club Presi- 
dent (3) ; Daisy Chain (3) ; Student Coun- 
cil (i, 2, 3); Graduate in Piano (3); 
Social Committee (4). 



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SENIORS 



Annie Lou Dill 

CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 
Jllajor: Home Economics 
Montreat College (i, 2). 



William Harvey Downes 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Economics 

Manager Swimming Team ( i, 2, 3) ; Band 

( I ) ; Alpha Sigma Midwinter ( 3 ) ; Alpha 

Sigma Orchestra (3, 4). 



Mary Frances Dunlap 

MARVVTLLE, TENNESSEE 

The fa Epsiloii 

Major: English 

Student Council (3) ; Graduate in Expres- 
sion (3); College Players ( i ) ; Athletic 
Board of Control (4) ; Theta Epsilon Mid- 
winter (4). 



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SENIORS 



Mary Adeline Emory 

PIGEON FORGE, TENNESSEE 

Bamonian 

Major: Mathematics 

Glee Club (4); Orchestra (4). 



Joseph McDonald Ernest 

OLIVER SPRINGS, TENNESSEE 

Atheniaji 
Major: English 
Honor Roll (3). 



Jeanne Isabelle Fenn 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Thcta Epsilon 
Major: Sociology 



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SENIORS 



Bernice Elizabeth Gaines 

LUMBERTON, NEW JERSEY 

Bainnnian 

Major: English 

Highland Echo Staff (i, 2, 3, 4), Editor- 
in-Chief (4) ; Chilhowean Staff (2, 3) ; 
Glee Club (1,2,3), Business Manager ( 3 ) ; 
Vesper Choir ( i, 2, 3, 4) ; Associate Editor 
"M" Book (4) ; Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Writers' Workshop (4) ; Bainonian Trio 
(i, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Work in English (4). 



John Gilmore 

MCKEESPORT, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: English 

Basketball Manager (4). 



Agnes Payne Goddard 

MARYVIt.LE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 
JMajor: French 



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SENIORS 



Marguerite Gray 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 

Theta Epsilon Midwinter (4). 



Stanley Herbert Hall 
cumberland, ohio 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Track (i, 2) ; Pres- 
ident Ohio Club (4). 



Donald David Hallam 

DES ARC, ARKANSAS 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Economics 

Glee Club (i, 2, 3, 4), Business Manager 
(3), President (4); Law Club President 
(i) ; Hi Trail (3, 4), Vice-President (4) ) 
Alpha Sigma Program Secretary (3), Pres- 
ident (4), Midwinter (4) ; Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (4) ; Social Committee (3, 4) ; 
Student Council (4) ; Great Western Club 
President (4). 



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Ralph Wesley Hand, Jr. 
drv run, pennsylvania 

Athenian 

Ma]or: English 

Vice-President Athenian (4) ; Y. M. C. A. 

Secretary (4) ; Baseball ( i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee 

Club (4). 



Daphne Harris 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Ba'monian 

Major: English 

Writers' Workshop (3, 4), Secretary Gov- 
erning Board (4). 



Mary Porter Hatch 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bahioninn 

Major: Chemistry 

Chemistry-Physics Club Secretary-Treas- 
urer (3) ; Pre-Med Club Program Secre- 
tary (3) ; Assistant in Chemistry {3, 4) ; 
Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4); Highland Echo 
Staff (i); Hillman Chemistry Prize (3); 
Nu Gamma Leader (4). 



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SENIORS 



Margaret Napier Hellums 

ROTAN, TEXAS 

Bainonian 
Major: Home Economics 
Trinity University (i, 2). 



Elizabeth Abby Higgins 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Bnino7iia?i 

Major: Education 

Assistant in German (3, 4) ; Assistant in 

English (3, 4) ; Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1,2); Orchestra ( i, 

2) ; Student Volunteers Cabinet (3). 



Samuel Miller Holck 

SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Athenian 

Major: Bible 

Catawba College (i) ; Honor Roll (3). 



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SENIORS 



James Kinsey Howell 

LIVINGSTON, NEW JERSEV 

Major: Mathematics 
Drew University (i, 2, 3). 



Jean Hutton 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major- : English 



Esther Shirley Jackson 

WINDSOR LOCKS, CONNECTICUT 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Iliyhland Echo 
Staff (2) ; Chilhowean Staff (2, 3), As- 
sociate Editor (3) ; "xM" Club (2, 3, 4) ; 
Y. W. C. A. Secretary (3), Vice-President 
(4) ; Writers' Workshop (3, 4), IVIember- 
ship Committee (4), Governing Board (4) ; 
Daisy Chain (3); Clas^ Vice-President 
(4); Bainonian Vice-President (4); As- 
sistant in English (2, 3, 4) ; Honors Work 
in English (4). 



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SENIORS 



Ann Searcy Jett 

MAR\'V1LLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Ma]or: History 

"M" Club (3,4). 



Ronald Irving Johnston 

ONEIDA, NEW YORK 

Athenian 
Major: Biology 



George Cantine Kent, Jr. 

KINGSTON, NEW YORK 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Athenian Mid- 
winter (2, 3), Program Secretary (3); 
Writers' Workshop (3, 4), Chairman Gov- 
erning Board (4) ; Assistant in Biology (2, 

3,4). 



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Charlotte Roberta King 

RIVERSIDE, ILLINOIS 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 

Student Volunteers Social Chairman (2), 
Vice-President (3), Project Chairman (4). 



Addie Mae Kirby 

TEI.LICO PLAINS, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: History 

Montreat College (i, 2) ; "M" Club (4). 



Mary Eliza Knibloe 

KENMORE, NEW YORK 

Bainonian 
Major: Sociology 
Honor Roll (2). 



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SENIORS 



Peter Paul Kosloski 

VVILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Biology 

Alpha Sigma Midwinter (2, 3, 4) ; Foot- 
ball (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Tennis (4). 



Ruby Violet Lane 
gr1•e^sback, tennessee 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 

Honor Roll (1,3); Home Economics Club 

Associate Editor (3) ; Assistant in Home 

Economics (3, 4). 



Mary Renwick Lawson 

THOROFARE, NEW JERSEY 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 

"M" Club (2, 3, 4) ; French Club Treas- 
urer (3); Daisy Chain (3); Honor Roll 
(i, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Work in English (4). 



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Dorothy Emilie Leaf 

VVESTVILLE, NEW JERSEV 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Chemistry 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; French Club Pro- 
gram Secretary (2), Secretary (3); Pre- 
Med Club Program Secretary (2), Treas- 
urer (3) ; Nature Study Club Treasurer 
(3, 4); "M" Club (2,'3- 4), Vice-Pres- 
ident (4) ; Assistant in Theism (4) ; As- 
sistant in Chemistry (2, 3, 4) ; Honors 
Work in Chemistry (4). 

Dorothy Mae Lewis 
cleveland, ohio 

Baino7iian 

Major: Sociology 

"BG" (3, 4), President (4); Writers' 
Workshop (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(3, 4) ; "Y Shoppe" Manager (4) ; Bain- 
onian Secretary (3), Program Secretary 
(3), President (4). 

Mayime Carol Ludeaian 

PLAINVIEW, TEXAS 

Bainojiian 

Major: Education 

College of Industrial Arts, Texas ( i ) ; 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (2); Assistant in 

History (4). 



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SENIORS 



Charles Edward Luminati 
canaan, connecticut 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Political Science 

Chilhowean Staff (2, 3), Business Man- 
ager (3) ; Highland Echo Staff ( i, 2, 3, 4), 
Business Manager (4) ; Treasurer Alpha 
Sigma (4) ; President Law Club (4) ; 
President Student Council (4). 



DoNNELL Wear McArthur 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 

Vesper Choir (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Singers (i, 
2, 3, 4) ; College Quartette (2, 3, 4) ; 
Athenian Program Secretary (2), Presi- 
dent (4); Y. M. C. a. Cabinet (3, 4) ; 
Manager "Y Store" (3, 4) ; Barnwarming 
King (4). 



George Stanley McCleave 
gloucester, new jersey 

Athenian 

Major: Chemistry 

Swimming Team (2) ; Cross Country (2) ; 

Triangle Club Treasurer (3); Secretary 

Athenian (3), Midwinter (3). 



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SENIORS 



Ernestine McCulley 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: French 



William Jerome McEnteer 

DUBOIS, PENNSYLVANIA 

J\Iajor: Chemistry 
Swimming Team (2, 3). 



Leah Lane McGhee 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

'\r Club (3, 4), President {4; 



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Robert Llewellyn McKibben 

CEDARVILLE, OHIO 

Athenian 

IMajor: Biology 

Manager Wrestling Team (2) ; Vesper 
Choir (2, 3, 4); Glee Club (4); Photo- 
graphic Editor Chilhowean (3) ; Band 
(i, 2); Athenian Critic (3), Midwinter 
Business Manager (4) ; Bainonian Mid- 
winter (4). 



Jaaies Laislar McNeel 

BAU.EY, MISSISSIPPI 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 

College Players (i, 4); Bainonian Mid- 
winter (4), Assistant Stage Manager (2) ; 
Athenian Midwinter (4). 



Martha Evelyn McSpadden 

HARLAN, KENTUCKY 

Bainonian 

Major: Mathematics 

"M" Club (2, 3, 4) ; Women's Tennis 
Singles Champion (3); Post Office Assis- 
tant (1,2,3,4); Athletic Awards ( 2, 3, 4) . 



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ROiMULUS LiNNEY MeARES 

CLARKTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Political Science 

Track (i, 2, 3); Wrestling (2, 3, 4); 
Cross Country (i, 2, 4) ; Honor Roll (3). 



WiLKISON WiNFIELD MeEKS 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYIA'ANIA 

Major: Ph3'sics 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Honors Work in 
Physics (4) ; Assistant in Physics (2, 3, 4) ; 
Swimming Team (i, 2, 3, 4), Captain (3) ; 
Tennis Team (3, 4) ; Vice-President Tri- 
angle Club (4) ; Vice-President f'rench 
Club (3). 



LuciE Katherine Montgoaierv 

MARVVILI.E, TENNESSEE 

Thcta Epsilon 
Major: History 



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WiLLiAiM David Morgan, Jr. 

GERALDINE, ALABAMA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 

Chilhowean Staff (2, 3) ; Editor-in-Chief 
(3) ; Tennis Team (2) ; Class Treasurer 
(4); President Alpha Sigma (4); Assis- 
tant in Chemistry (2, 3, 4) ; Honor Roll 
(1,2,3,4)- 

Leroy Clark Obert 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Athenian 

Major: Sociology 

Bainonian Midwinter (2, 3); College 
Players (2) ; Athenian Program Secretary 
(2), Secretary (3), President (3); Class 
Treasurer (3) ; Swimming Team ( i, 2, 4) ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; Cheer Leader 
(3) ; President Alabama Club (3). 

Calista Tompkins Palmer 
waterbury, connecticut 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 

Glee Club (i. 2, 3, 4), President (3); 
Class Vice-President (3); Y. W. C. A. 
Cabinet (3) ; Bainonian Vice-President (3), 
President (4); Honor Roll (i, 3); Stu- 
dent Council (4) ; "BG" (3, 4) ; Bainon- 
ian Trio (i, 2, 3, 4). 



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.r>s. 



SENIORS 



Robert William Peerv 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 
Major: French 



Virginia Ellen Pennington 

NEW LONDON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 

M^jor: Mathematics 

Debate (1,3); Athletic Monogram (1,2); 
College Players (3, 4) ; Carolina Club Sec- 
retary (3) ; Daisy Chain (3) ; Pi Kappa 
Delta (3, 4), Secretary (4) ; Graduate in 
Expression (4). 



Thelma Poteat 
marion, north carolina 

Bainonian 

Major: Mathematics 

Lees McRae College (1,2) ; Vice-President 
Carolina Club (4). 



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SENIORS 

Ruth Rankin Proffitt 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; College Players' 
Play (i), Business Manager (i); Daisy 
Chain (3) ; Bainonian Midwinter (2, 3) ; 
Graduate in Expression (3) ; Author May 
Day Pageant (3); Theta Alpha Phi (3, 
4), Secretary-Treasurer (4); Writers' 
Workshop (4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3, 
4); Student Volunteers Cabinet (4). 

Kathryn Elizabeth Quass 

HAWTHORNE, NEW JERSEY 

Theta Epsilon 

Alajor: Home Economics 

"BG" (2, 3, 4) ; Daisy Chain (3) ; Theta 
Epsilon President (4) ; Student Council 

(4). 

Evan Walton Renne 

BRIDGETON, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Vesper Choir (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Singers (3, 
4) ; Bainonian Midwinter (2, 4) ; College 
Players (3, 4) ; Ministerial Association 
Secretary-Treasurer (2), President (4) ; 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; Student Volun- 
teers Quartette (4). 



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SENIORS 



IvA Lucille Roberts 

DAISY, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Biology 

Daisy Chain (3). 



Thelma E. Ross 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainoiiian 
Jllajor: History 



Richard Lloyd Schlafer 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Advisory Committee Y. ]\L C. A. (i, 2, 3, 
4), Cabinet (3), President (4); Student 
Council (2) ; Treasurer Triangle Club 
(2) ; Editor Athenian (2) ; Class Treasurer 
(3); Secretary-Treasurer Ministerial As- 
sociation (3) ; Debate (i) ; Pi Kappa Delta 
(3, 4), Vice-President (4). 



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SENIORS 



Emma Katherine Smith 

ELLISVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Biology 

Jones County Junior College ( i ) ; Bel- 
haven College (2) ; Treasurer Alabama- 
Mississippi Club (3) ; Daisy Chain (3). 



Elizabeth Jane Sommers 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Economics 

Wilson Teachers College ( i ) ; Wright 
Junior College (2). 



Elizabeth Cook Spahr 

ATHENS, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Tennessee W^esleyan College (i, 2); Or- 
chestra (2, 3) ; Glee Club (4). 



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SENIORS 



Dorothea Rosalie Stadelmann 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

"M" Club (4) ; College Players (3, 4) ; 
Bainonian Midwinter (3) ; Honors Work 
in German (4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4). 



Anna Margaret Staples 

BRADENTON, FLORIDA 

Bainonian 

Major: History 

Nu Gamma Leader (3). 



Luther Allin Stephens 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Athenian 

J\lajor: Chemistry 

Photography Staff, 1937 Chilhowean. 



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SENIORS 



Othor Monroe Teague 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Political Science 

Band (i, 2, 3, 4); Vice-President Law 
Club ( I ) ; Track ( i ) ; Secretary Alpha 
Sigma (4), Vice-President (4); President 
Carolina Club (4) ; Interclass Football 
Touchdown (4). 

Alice Marie Tiaiblin 

BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 
Major: Home Economics 

Nu Gamma (3); Home Economics Club 
Treasurer (3) ; Vice-President (4) ; Pear- 
sons Hall President (4), Devotional Chair- 
man (4). 

Harold Milton Truebger 

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA 

Athcniaii 

Major: Chemistry 

Band ( I, 2, 3, 4) ; Orchestra (i, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Artist Series Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Y. M. 
C. A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4) ; Bainonian Mid- 
winter (3); Florida Club Program Secre- 
tary (3); Alpha Sigma Orchestra (i, 2, 
3); Electrician: Midwinters, May Day 
Pageants (2, 3, 4). 



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SENIORS 



GwEN Agnes Vaughan 

BRADENTON, FLORIDA 

Theta Epsilon 

Alajor: English 

Secretary Theta Epsiloii (4) ; Graduate in 
Music (4). 



Emily Barnes Watson 

PLATTSBURG, NEW YORK 

Bainonian 

Major: Engh'sh 

Treasurer Bainonian (4) ; "M" Club (2, 
3, 4) ; Orchestra (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Honor Roll 
(i, 2, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; 
Nu Gamma (3) ; Chairman Barnwarming 
(4). 



J. Lloyd Wells 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: English 

Vesper Choir ( i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Singers ( i, 

2, 3, 4) ; Dixie Vagabond Quartette (i, 2, 

3,4). 



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SENIORS 



Beatrice Van Note Wheeler 

POINT PLEASANT BEACH, NEW JERSEY 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Sociology 

IVIonmouth Junior College (i); Triangle 
Club Secretary (4). 



Alma Joslyn Whiffen 
hammonton, new jersey 

BainoTiian 

III a j or: Biology 

Honor Roll (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Assistant in Biol- 
ogy (2) ; Assistant in Botany (3, 4) ; Hon- 
ors Work in Biology (4) ; Bainonian Sec- 
retary (3) ; Nature Club Secretary (2), 
Vice-President (4), President (3) ; Debate 
( I ) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; Nu Gam- 
ma (3) ; Alpha Gamma Sigma (4). 



Josephine Mary Winner 

KENMORE, NEW YORK 

Major: Biology 
Assistant in Chemistry (2, 3, 4). 



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SENIORS 



Helen Elizabeth Woodward 
savannah, georgia 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 

Bainonian Secretary (4) ; Honor Roll (2, 
3); Nil Gamma (2); Treasurer French 
Club (4); Writers' Workshop (4); Stu- 
dent Council (4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 
(4) ; Highland Echo Staff Editor (4). 



Virginia Hazen Worth 

WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT 

Bainonian 

Major: Biology 

Vesper Choir (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (i, 

2, 3, 4) ; Bainonian Trio ( i, 2, 3, 4) ; "M" 

Club (2, 3, 4). 



Fred Johnson Young, Jr. 

WHITESBURG, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Political Science 

President Law Club (3); Athenian IVIid- 
winter (3), President (4); Vice-President 
Confab Club (3); Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 
(4); Hi Trail (4); College Players (4). 



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SENIORS 



Darline Gayle Andrus 

EL MONTE, CALIFORNIA 

Bainonian 

Majo?-: English 

Great Western Club President (4) 



Ralph Taylor Dowell 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Majo?-: Chemistry 

Track Team (2, 3.4); Basketball Mana- 
ger (3)- 



Walter Keller Maude 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: Religious Education 

Temple University ( i). 



Pa ge S6 



S E N I O 



Mary Frances Ooten 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

JMajor: English 

Writers' Workshop (4); Varsity Debate 

(4) ; Bob Jones College (1,2); Pi Kappa 

Delta (4). 



Jack Leland Overly 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Political Science 

Football (i, 2, 3, 4); Basketball ( i, 2, 
3.4). 



Ernest Alexander Pearson 

CLINTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Biology 

Campbell College (i, 2); Vice-President 
Pre-Med Club (4). 



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Presenting . . . 




THE JUNIOR CLASS 



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THE 
OFFICERS 




Robert Winford Ross, Texas President 

Edith Louise Pierce, Tcnncs-scc Vice-President 

Constance Ruth Johxsox, Pfu/nylviuiia Secretary 

Donald George Stevexs, A'czr York Treasurer 



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THE J U N I O 



First Kow: 



K.\THR\-N Anna Adams 

I'IIII,AI)|;|.1>I1I.\, PI'N'N'SVNVANIA 

Haiiionian 

Major: English 

"M" Club; \'espei- Choir; Gltc Clul). 



CmAKIJ-.S iJARKI.hY JJl.AIR, Jr. 
I.OUOOV, TEVNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 

liiojogy Afsistaiit; Orchestra; Vesper Ch ir; 

Glee Singers 



Dorothy Elizabeth Armstrong 

BRADENTON, FLORIDA 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: Political Science 



Clara Elizabeth Balcom 

REMINGTON, INDIANA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: English 

Theta Play Manager 



Seftmd liow : 

Gerali5 Hevwood Bea\'er 

JETERSVII.r.E, VIRGINIA 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Theta Alpha Phi; Glee 

Singers; College Players 



Rhha B. Blazer 

M.\R\\II.I,E, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: French 
Band Sponsor 



Sarah Louise Botto 

JENKINTOVVN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

■M" Club; Vesper Choir; Glee Club 



Fourth Kow: 



Edna Jean Bramblett 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: French 



Lois Priscilla Black 

MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Varsity Debate; Glee Club; Pi Kappa Delta; 

Writers' Workshop 



Lula Irene Browder 

WINSrON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: History 

Theta Pla\ ; Carolina Club 



Elizabeth Ray Blackburn 

CAMBRIDGE, OHIO 

Bainonian 
Major: History 

"M" Club 



Hazel Deaxe Brown 

PHILADELPHIA, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: Biology 



Page t i 



THE JUNIORS 



First, lUm: 



I'liird l(o\v: 



William xMalcolai Brown 

KAST WATERFORD, F'K NNSVl.VANI A 

Athenian 

Major: History 

Ministerial Association 



ELi/.AHETfi A.v.v Cass 

ETOWAH, lESVESSEE 

Hainonian 
Major: English 



Charles Edward Brubaker 

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 

Athenian 

Major: English 

Varsity Debate; Swimming Team; Orches 
tra; Theta Alpha Phi 



Jessie Patricla Cassada 

BR^SON CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 



Major: English 

Psychology Assistant; Writer, 
Peace Forum 



Workshop ; 



James Thoalas Bruce 

RICE, VIRGINIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 

President ^'irginia Club 



Robert Ri gh Clemmer 

KORRISTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Major: History 
Swimming Team Captain 



Fourth Row: 



Second Kon ; 



Martin Percy Brynildsen 

washington, new jersey 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: English 



Ruth Collette 

CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA 

Bainonian 
Major: Psychology 



Raymond Buxton 

LANCING, TENNESSEE 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: History 

Manager Cross-Country Team; 
Track Team 



Manager 



Willlam Clay Collins 

SPRING CITY, TENNESSEE 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: History 

Student Council ; Baseball Team 



Sara Janice Caldwell 

FOREST CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 
Major: English 



James Donald Crego 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 
Major: Bible 

Ministerial Association 



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THE JUNIORS 



First Kow: 

Norma Jean Cross 

ST. PETRRSRUR<;, I'l.ORIDA 

Kainonian 

Major: Sociology 

Student Council; Publications Committee; 
Peace Forunfi 



'I'liiiMi K(n\ ; 



AiuLESE Draper 

IRIMI V, ALABAMA 

Thcta Epsiion 
Major: Mathematics 



Evelyn Gaston Darragh 

UPPER DARBV, PENNS'l'LVANIA 

Tlieta Epsilon 
Major: Biology 



Clara Dale Echols 

COVCORD, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

"RG"; Y. W. C. A. Treasurer 



Stephen Caton Dennis 

BLACKSTONE, VIRGINL-^ 

Major: English 



Ruth Da\is Emory 
pigeon- forge, tennessee 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 



Second Kow: 



Mary Frances Dewell 

HAINES CITY, FLORIDA 

Bainonian 
Major: Political Science 



Fourth Row: 

Roberta Enloe 

franklin, north carolina 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 

Chilhowean Staff; Library Assistant 



Herbert Grasty Dickie, Jr. 

ROSELAND, VIRGINIA 

Major: Chemistry 



Samuel James Fleming 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Athenian 

Major: Sociology 

Ministerial Association; Student Volunteers 



James Williaai Dickie 

ROSELAND, VIRGINIA 

Major: Chemistry 



Pai L Harris Fox 

ALCOA, TENNESSEE 

Major: Economics 



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THE JUNIORS 



I'irst How: 



Pi I \i, LIS (Jessert 

ROSWKI.I., M:\V MliXICO 

l^ainoni;!!! 
Major: Religions Ediicaticin 



Tliir<( Kou : 



CLAUDS Marie Heltox 

VVAI.I.A.SI), TE.S'.VESSKE 
Major: Ili-tory 



Robert Gillespie 

NEENAH, WISCONSIN 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Political Science 

Student Council; Social Committee; Wie:-tling 
Team; Il'u/lilaud Echo Staff 



Nora Belle Hensley 

VVASIIINOTON' COLLEGE, TENNESSEE 

Theta Epj-ilon 

Major: Home Economics 

"Y" Shoppe; Home Economics 
Club 



Edward Clinton Gillingham 

GLENSIDE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 

Chemistry Assistant; Tennis Team Captain; 
Student Council; Chilhowean Staff 



Lois Virginia Hodgson 

CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 



Second Row: 

Mary Elizabeth Haines 

MEDFORD, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Hiijliland Eclio Staff; Orchestra; Nu Gamma 
Leader 



Foiirtli Row: 



Jacoi; Tate Hunt 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: French 
Highland Echo Staff 



Ruth Elizabeth Haines 

DELANCO, NEW JERSEY 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Student Council; Nu Gamma Leader; Stu- 
dent Volunteers 



]\Iarv Jo Husk 

\VEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI 

Bainonian 

Major: English 

Nu Gamma Leader 



C.\R0LYN Suzanne Harrar 

GLADWYNE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 

Major: Ps\chology 

Writers' Workshop; Law Cluh; Pre-Med 
Club 



Georgia Ingle 

ATLANTA, GEORGL\ 

Bainonian 
Major: Religious Education 



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T H E J U 

FTst Kow. 


N 1 O R S 

lliiid Kou : 




William Buchanan Irwin 


Grace Kerley 




PARKI'SBURO, PI'NNS^ LVANIA 


SEVIKRVII.LE, TENNESSEE 




Athenian 


Bainonian 




Major: History 


Major: Mathematics 




Mildred Caroline Jacobs 


Donald Rankin Killian 




HAMMONTON, NEW JERSEY 


DELANCO, NEW JERSEY 




Bainonian 


Athenian 




Major: Home Economics 


Major: Sociology 




Home Economics Club 


Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Peace Forum 




Constance Ruth Johnson 

warren, pennsylvania 


Elizabeth Ann Knight 
rockford, illinois 




Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 

V. W. C. A. Secretary; Vesper Choir; Glee 


Theta Epsilon 
Major: Sociology 




Club President; Class Secretary 


r'ourth Ko« : 




Second Kow: 


Emma Jane Kra?>ier 




Grace Geneva Johnson 


MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 




LAGRANGE, KENTUCKY 


Bainonian 




Theta Epsilon 


Major: English 




Major: Home Economics 






Home Economics Club 


John Earle Lancaster 
franklin, north carolina 




Lincoln Johnson 


Athenian 




WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS 


Major: Mathematics 




Alpha Sigma 


Pi Upsilon ; Physics Assistant 




Major: Economics 


Wilson Bathl rst Leathers 




Anna Mae Justus 


MANOR, PENNSYLX ANIA 


' 


KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 


Alpha Sigma 




Bainonian 


Major: Biologv 




Major: Mathematics 


Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Social Committee 




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THE JUNIORS 



rii.st How: 

Marian ELiZAP.irrii Lodwick 

CUMBIiRLAMJ, OHIO 

Bainoiiian 

Major: Biology 

V. W. C. A. Cabinet; Chilhowkan Staff; 

Biology As5.i.stant; Vesper Choir; Glee Club; 

Social Committee 



Mary Elizabeth Lvoims 

SURGOINSVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: History 

Chemistry Assistant; "M" Club 



Edith Mae McClure 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Home Economics 
Home Economics Club 



Lai RA Xiii.i.E McQlagge 

CI.EAKWA] KK, FLORIDA 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: History 

Helen' Marie Maglire 

ALTAMONT, NEW 'iOKK 

Bainonian 

Major: IIi>torv 

Student Coimcil ; \'arsity Debate; Pi Kappa 
Delta; Student-Facultv Committee; Biology 

Assistant 



Helex ]\Iiller 

CONCORn, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 



I'oiirtli Kou : 



Seooiul IJow ; 



Howard Blrton JVIcCollum 

GREENBACK, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 
Major: Mathematics 



Jlxe Gloria ]\Iiller 

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: English 

Theta Alpha Phi; Writers' Workshop; Col- 
lege Players; \'esper Choir; Glee Club 



Paulina Wvne McCurry 

DAY BOOK, NORTH CAROLINA 

Major: English 



]\Iar\ix Dowxer [Mixear 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Athenian 

Major: Economics 

V. M. C. A. Treasurer; Writers" Workshop; 
Vesper Choir 



JoHx Charles ]\IcIxtyre 

WINCHESTER, INDIANA 

Athenian 
Major: Biology 

Hii/hland Echo Staff Editor; Chilhowean 
Business Manager 



Virginia Louise Orr 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: Biology 

Biology Assistant; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; 
Chilhowean Staff; Vesper Choir 



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THE JUNIORS 



First Kow: 



'I'liird ICow: 



Mary Patterson 

ROCKWELI,, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonlaii 

Major: English 

Glee Club 



James Nicholas Proffitt 

MARVVII.I.E, TRWKSSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Chemistry 

Football Team; Wrestling Team 



Wilma Pechak 

PIITSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 

Theta Epsilon 

Major: French 

"M" Club; Glee Club 



Kathr^x Reed 

ALDAN, PKNNSMAANIA 

Bainonian 
Major: English 



Frances Ina Perrin 

POLK, PENNSYLVANIA 

Bainonian 
Major: Sociology 



Winford Robert Ross 

FT. WORTH, TEXAS 

Athenian 

Major: Biology 

Class President; Chilhowean Staff; Library 
Assistant; Pep Committee 



St'ooiuJ Kow: 



Harry Rodgers Peterson 

WARREN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: Psychology 



FonrtU Kow: 

Donald Ealanuel Rugh 

VINELAND, NEW JERSEY 

Athenian 

Major: Sociology 

Track Team; Cross-Country Team; Glee 

Singers; Ministerial Association 



Edith Louise Pierce 

ROCKWOOD, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: History 

"BG"; Writers' Workshop; "M" Club; Ath- 
letic Board; Class Vice-President 



Howard Leon Sams 

ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

Athenian 
Major: Mathematics 



Alene Ray Pitt 

TRINIT-i', ALABAMA 

Bainonian 
Major: Sociology 



ZiGAiuND John Savitski 

MINERS MILLS, PENNSYLVANIA 

Alpha Sigma 

^lajor: Biologv 

Track Team 



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THE JUNIORS 



Karen Martha Scheuer 

SALT LAKE Cri'V, UTAH 

Bainonian 
Major: Sociology 



Akxoli) joH.v Staiforu 

OKI.ASnO, }l.()RU)\ 

Athenian 

Major: English 

Writers' Workshop; Chilhovveak Staff; 

Swimming Team; Peace Forum 



Evelyn French Scott 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
Major: Mathematics 



Donald CiEorge Stevens 

rochester, new york 

Major: Biology 

Class Treasurer; Biology Assistant; Writers' 
Workshop; Social Committee 



Julia Sellars 

COCOA, FLORIDA 

Bainonian 
Major: English 



William Van Swearingen 

HOOKSTOWN, PENNSVLVAMA 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: Sociology 
- Football Team 



Second Row: 



Ann Sligh 

SEVVANEE, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 
Major: Biology 



Fourth Ro«'i 



Rl'th Sylvester 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: French 



Esther Sommers 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: English 



Janet Crane Talmage 

KWANGJLT, KOREA 

Bainonian 

Major: History 

"M" Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Peace 

Forum 



Simpson Edward Spencer, Jr. 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

Alpha Sigma 
Major: Biology, Psychology 
Chilhowean Staff; Highland Echo Staff Ed- 
itor; Writers' Workshop; Psychology As- 
sistant 



Roy Van Neste Talmage 

KWANGJU, KOREA 

Athenian 

Major: Biology, Chemistry 

Track Team ; Cross-Country Team. Coach, 
Intramural Cup 



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THE JUNIORS 



First Koxv: 



Cr.ARFNcri Wii.LiAM Thames 

MAKVVII.IJ-:, -I'ENNESSEE 

Major: Chemistry 



Marian Carolina Thorson 

HIGHLAND PARK, II.I,INOIS 

Theta Epsilon 
Major: Mathematics 



Evelyn Trulious 

MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Major: Home Economics 



Seconrt Kow: 

Leland T. Waggoner 

MARYVILI.E, TENNESSEE 

Athenian 

Major: Economics 

Varsity Debate; Band; Highlaiid Echo Staff 



'I'liir.l |{<n\ : 

W.\LTER Preston West 

HOPKI NSVn.r.E, KEVTLCKV 

Athenian 

Major: Political Science 

Pi Kappa Helta; Writers' Workshop; Chil- 

ii'nvEAX Staff; ll'ujhland Echo Staff; Political 

Science Assistant 



Nancy Lee Whetstone 

miami, florida 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 



Alice Jane Whitaker 

NEW MARKET, TENNESSEE 

Bainonian 

Major: Sociology 

"M" Club 



Fourth Row: 



Howard Gustave AVickman 

gardner, massachusetts 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Economics 



Helen Arlene Watson 

LVNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 

Bainonian 

Major: Home Economics 

Home Economics Assistant 



William Lupton "Wood 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Athenian 

Major: Chemistry 

ll'ujhland Echo Staff; Chemistry Assistant 



Martha Steed Watson 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Bainonian 

Major: Biology 

"M" Club; Athletics Assistant 



William \'ernon Young 

WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY 

Alpha Sigma 

Major: Chemistry 

Head Cheerleader; President Triangle Club; 
President Pre-Med Club 



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Presenting . . . 




THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Page 78 



THE 
OFFICERS 




Weldon Alexander Baird, 0/»'o .......... .President 

Etta Swanson Culrertsox, 2\-/if!csscc \'ice-President 

JVIargaret Lillian Baker, Tennessee Secretary 

Ernest Gideon Crawford, Tennessee Treasurer 



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THE SOPHOMORES 



First Row 



Edwin Wili.ard Ai.kric.iit 

VVKIRSDAI.K, I'l.ORIDA 

En(/itsli 
William Francis Alston 

prTMAN, NEW JERSE-i' 

liioloijy 
Martha Elizabeth A\ ery 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 

History 



J 1 LI.i; \ 111 NTI N'f.TOX l)0l;0 
CI.ARKSDAI.E, MISSISSIPPI 

Cliemislry 

Sarah Bolton 

HOLTWOOD, OHIO 

Etif/lish 



Fourth Row 



Charles Withers Bonih rant 

ELK GARDEN, VIRGINIA 

English 



Weluon Alexander Baird 

KILBOURNE, OHIO 

Mathematics 



Second Row 



Margaret Lillian Baker 

MARVVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Home Economics 
Harriet Love Barber 

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Riolofjiy 

Lois Eunice Barnwell 

MCCORMICK, SOUTH CAROLINA 

Home Economics 

Gordon Royal Bennett 

NEENAH, WISCONSIN 

English 



Third Row 



Gwen Lela Bennett 

BRVSON CITY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Home Economics 



Martha Frances Bowditch 

toecane, north carolina 
History 

Robert Knowles Brandriff 

SALEM, NEW JERSEY 
English 

Charles Henry Bri.mfield 

HAMMONTON, NEW JERSEY 

Biology 



Fifth Row 



Benjamin Horace Brown 

MARYVH.LE, TENNESSEE 

Economics 

Clrt.marie Brown 

MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY 
Sociology 

Arthlr D. Byrne 

GAIKESBORO, TENNESSEE 

Physics 



Jacob Frederick Bingman 

RINGTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Sociology 



ALary Loretta Chambers 

EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY 

Sociology 



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THE SOPHOMORES 



First Row 

Kathleijn Cissna 

KANSAS CriY, KANSAS 

Knox Coit 

RABUN GAP, GEORGIA 
Rcliffious Ediicalian 

Wando Louis CoLOi\u?o 

BARRE, VERMONT 

History 

MoLLiE MacDougall Coaistock 

CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY 

French 
Second Row 

William Thoaias Cooper 

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA 

Economics <■ 

Janie Ruth Corrv 

COVINGTON, GEORGIA 

French 

Ernest Gideon Crawford 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Greek 
Etta Swanson Culbertson 

FARMINGTON, TENNESSEE 

French 



Third Row 



Mildred Sara Dallas 

MORTON, PENNSYLVANIA 

Englisli 



Ernest Charles Exslj.v 

CARBONTJALB, PEN.VSVLVANIA 

Fnc/lish 

Thomas CI. E\axs, Jr. 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 

Economics 



Fourth Row 



Mildred Berxice Fair 

FOUNTAIN CITY, TENNESSEE 

Biology 

George Eckel Felkxor 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

Chemistry 

Katherixe Elizabeth Fell 

VAN WERT, OHIO 

Home Economics 

Suzanne Louise Fickes 

ARDMORE, PENNSYLVANIA 

English 



Fifth Row 



Margaret Lucille Gillespie 

WALLAND, TENNESSEE 

Home Economics 

James Clyde Haves 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

Economics 

AVarrex Fiske Hilditch 

ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Biology 



BuLOW Webster Dysart 

MARION, NORTH CAROLINA 

Chemistry 



Neva ]\Lae Ingram 

DES ARC, ARKANSAS 

Englisli 



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THE SOPHOMORES 


- 


First Row 


Arnold James Lincoln 




Edward Armstrong Jlssely 

I.UMBERTON, MISSISSIPPI 


BEI.I.EVII.f.F, NEW JERSEY 
Poliliral Science 




History 


Reta Virginia Little 




Marguerite Leone Justus 
knoxville, tennessee 


BUFFALO, NEW YORK 

Economics 




nioloffy 


Fourth Row 




Betty Kelly 

dunlap, tennessee 
Home Economics 


Hazel Sandra Long 

oneida, tennessee 

History 




EsTLE Lena Kerley 

SEVIERVILLE, TENNESSEE 


M. Wilbert Looloian 




Biolot/y 


STEWARTSVILLE, NEW JERSEY 

Chemistry 




Second Row 






Kathryn Kilgore 

winston-salem, north carolina 

English 


Richard Stuart Lowe 

butler, pennsylvania 

Physics 

Robert Lamar Lucero 




Charles Hicks Kindred 


WALSENBURG, COLORADO 




STUART, FLORIDA 


Sociology 




History 






WiLMA J U ANITA KiSER 


Fifth Row 




GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE 


Susannah IVLargaret Lupton 




History 


GALLIPOLIS, OHIO 

Sociology 




Sara Faye Kittrel 






MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 


]\Largaret Ruth ]\IcCall 




Latin 


MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

English 




Third Row 






Helen Ruth Kort Ka.mp 


Reba June McCammon 




LAPEER, MICHIGAN 


MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 




Psychology 


English 




Verna June Lewis 


AVilliam Osko ^IcGill, Jr. 




CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO 


BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 




Mathematics 


Greek 

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THE SOPHOMORES 



First Row 

Nina Dair McAIillan 

STKADMAN, NOR'Ill CAKOLINA 
Ell (J lis ll 

HaRRIETTE JEANETTE McMuRRAY 

JEFFERSON CITY, TENNESSEE 

II istoiy 

John Magill 

WORCESTER, M ASSACHUSET'lS 

History 

Jack Harold Mahanev 

DUBOIS, PENNSVIAANIA 

Biology 
Second Row 

Muriel Marie Mann 

WILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Dramatic Art 
Robert Earl Martin 

DOWNER, NEW JERSEY 

C lie mist ry 

Clapton Laimoyne Marx 

BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA 

Enijlisli 

Jane AIasters 

GREENEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 

Sociology 



Third Row 



Ruth Anne Matthews 

KIZER, TENNESSEE 
History 



kl lil VaA.V.S MfJOKE 
I.OVELANO, OHIO 

V re mil 

Fred Bruce Morgan, Jr. 
bloomsbur^', new jersey 

ElKjllsIl 



Fourth Row 



Raymond Nelson- 
force, PENNSYLVANIA 
Economics 

Virginia Elizabeth Partridge 

pensacola, florida 

French 

Irma Sue Pate 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 

French 

Mabel Joy Pinneo 

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 

Religious Education 



Fifth Row 



Catherine Elizabeth Pond 

TENAFLY", NEW JERSEY 
Sociology 

Emma Warne Probasco 

VERONA, NEW JERSEY' 

Biology 

Fred Lewis Rhody 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 

Sociology 



Jesse Palmer Mayo, Jr. 

RICHLAND, GEORGIA 

Chemistry 



^ Claude Rogers Riley 

KNOXNTLLE, TENNESSEE 

Biology 



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THE SOPHOMORES 


First 


Row 




IaCY V'lKGlXLA ToiJlJ 




DoRoTiii' l'',.\i:\i,\ K()i;hm 




KAMBUKr;, NEW YORK 




UKi-.xKi. iiiM,, i>i:nns>i,vania 




llomi' Efonomics 




Bioloyy 




Zl LA Vance 




Virginia Anne Rood 




MAKIVII.LE, IRNNESSEE 




BRADENTON, FLORIDA 




Music 




Sociology 










Fourth Row 1 




Ellen Ballou Sauer 








SCOTIA, NEW YORK 




Kenneth Leigh Van Cise 




Sociology 




SUMMIT, NEW JERSEY 

Economics 




Lois Anna Sharp 








MIAMI, FLORIDA 




Sarah Ann Vanderho\-en 




English 




MANASQUAN, NEW JERSEY 

Home Economics 


Second Row 












Mary Katherine Warren 




Helen E. Sheer 




MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 




YADKINSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 




Home Economics 




English 








Earl James Short 




William White 
washington, d. c. 




XENIA, OHIO 
Sociology 




Chemistry 




Dorothy E. S.mith 


Fifth 


Row 




JELLICO, TENNESSEE 




Elizabeth Kreis Williams 




English 




MIAMI, FLORIDA 

Latin 




Hugh Lawson Smith 








MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 
Sociology 




Eunice Joy Wilson 

MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 


Third 


Row 




Chemistry 




Phyllis Bailey Staples 




William Broyles ^VILS0N 




BRADENTON, FLORIDA 




SPARTA, TENNESSEE 




History 




Mathematics 




Henry Warren Swain 




Nell Veck 




WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY 




OLYPHANT, PENNSYLVANIA 




Biology 




English 






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Presenting . . . 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



Page 9 



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THE 
OFFICERS 




Richard Earl Woodring, Pennsylvania President 

Sara Lee Helllois, Texas Vice-President 

Mary Louise Proffitt, Tennessee Secretarv 

George Laird Hunt, Pennsylvania Treasurer 



Page VI 



THE 
FRESHMEN 

Ruth Abercro.mbie 
Louise Allen 
Mary Dean Allen 
Barbara Anderson 

Edward F. Anderson 
Warren Ash by 
Harold Austin 
LuciLE Baker 

Jean Barlow 
Miriam Berst 
Helen Bewley 
Ruth Bigler 

Lester Bond, Jr. 
Donald G. Born 
John Bowers 
Raymond Bowkley 

Joyce Brakebill 
Frederick Bru baker 
Jane Brunson 
Margaret Burch field 

Minerva Burn 
Mary Butler 
Dorothy Campbell 
Frances Campbell 





THE 
FRESHMEN 

Robert Campbell 
Gexelda Carpextep 
Joyce Carsox 
He LEX Cavwood 

Mildred Con"staxt 
Joy Corrigan 
Ruth Crawford 

Jessie Curtis 

Catherixe Davidson' 
Betty Dexxisox 
Edith Evaxs 
Louise Fairbax"ks 

Louise Felkxor 
Charles Fish 
J AXE Forge Y 
Norma Frazier 

Frederic Frost 
Helex Gaixes 
Jax'e Galliox 
^Lariox Garwood 

Juaxita Gibsox 
Lavoxia Greexlee 

ViRGIXIA GrIFFITTS 

Frances Hamilton* 



THE 
FRESHMEN 

Gale Hedrick, Jr. 
Sara Lee Hellums 
DoRTHA Henderson 
Hazel Henschen 

Ethel Henson 
Allen Hinkel^lan 
Mary Ellen Hodge 
Marian Huddleston 

Polly Hudspeth 
James Humphries 
George L. Hunt 
]\Iary Lou Inglis 

Clarence Jackson 
ALarie Jensen 
Dorothy Johnston 
Cecella Jones 

Eloise Karg 
Harrietts Kelly 
Patricia Kennedy 
Margaret Knox 

Arnold Kramer 
Howard Lamon 
Irene Lane 
Jane Law 





THE 
FRESHMEN 

loretta loxg 
Edmuxd Lorexz 
Alma Lov 
Leslie Luxtox 

Margaret Lvxch 
Katherixe MAcDoxALn 
Betty McArthur 
Gex'Evieve McCalmoxt 

Esther McCollum 
Hart-well McCollum 
Jeax ]\IcCllloch 
Rl'th ^IcCurdy 

Barbara [McCutcheox 
Xell Deaxe McIxtosh 
Rlth Mack 
Palla Martix 

Dale ]\Iathlas 
Jack Meigs 
Harriet Miller 
Homer [Moore 

EiGEXE Morgan" 
Marti X Myers 
^Iigxoxxe Myers 
Betty Nicely 



THE 
FRESHMEN 



Reba Nicely 
Stone Norton 
Jeanne Ohman 
Wilbur Parvin 

Arlene Phelps 
Louise Proffitt 
Nancy Quinn 
Ruth Raulston 

Anita Rayburn 
Robert Rankin 
Roy Rankin 
Mildred Romine 

Virginia Lee Schaeffer 
Betty Seel 
Carl Seybold 
Richard Smith 

Helen Solomon 
Ruth Ann Sommers 
Marcia Sparkman 
Levi Stanley 

Russell Stevenson 
Frances Stewart 
Elizabeth Stone 
Dorothy Strickland 





THE 
FRESHMEN 

Charles Slllivax 
To>r L. Taylor 
Edward Tho.mas 
Katherine Tiptox 

Margaret Trotter 
Lyx Tyxdall 

MiRLAM ^VAGGOXER 

Arda Walker 

Brlce Walters 
Carol \Vard 
Ruth West 
Amallxe Whaley 

Doris "Wheeler 
Lois Whitmore 
Harold Wickllx'd 
EUGEXE AVilsox" 

Jeax Wilsox' 
Lucille Wilsox 
Richard Woodrixg 
Ruth "Woods 

Ri TH Woodside 
Rupert Woodward 
Lola Wright 
Glexx Youxg 




WOMEN 

Front TOn: Helen Bewley, Loretta Long, Arda Walker, Sara Lee Heliums. 
Second row: Louise Proffitt, Harriet Miller, Miriam Waggoner. 



MEN 

Firsl tow: Warren Ashby, James Badgett, Otto Pflanze, Frederick Brubaker. 
Second row: Arnold Kramer, Harwell Proffitt, Howard Lamon. 



FRESHMAN DEBATE 



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THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

Charles E. Luminati . President 

Donald Hallam Vice-President 

Helen Maglhre Secretary-Treasurer 

Sophomores - Seniors Freshmen 

Jean Brand Ralph Ashby Warren Ashby 

Wando Colombo Thomas Bryan Louise F.airbanks 

Ernest Enslin Lillian Crawford Harwell Proffitt 

Eunice Wilson Calista Palmer Miriam Waggoner 

Kathryn Qu.ass 

Helen Woodward 

Juniors 
William Collins Robert Gillespie 

Jean Cross Edward Gillingham 

Ruth Haines 

Page I i 




YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 

Richard L. Schlafer President 

David J. Brittain Vice-President 

Ralph Hand Secretary 

Marvin Minear Treasurer 

"Conquerors Through Christ" 

Silsb}': "Mr. Chairman?" 

Porter: ".Mr. Silsby." 

Silsby: "I move that we, the members present, organize ourselves into the Young 
Men's Christian Association of Maryville College, the object of which organization 
will be to promote religion and pure Godliness among young men." 

And thus it was, exactly sixty years ago, that the Maryville College Y. M. C. A. 
was founded with J. B. Porter of the class of 1877 as its first president. 

Founded on such high Christian ideals it has striven to meet the needs of Mary- 
ville's young men for many years. Seeking to develop the threefold life, the mental, 
the moral, and the physical, as it is embodied in our motto, the Y.M.C.A., in an en- 
deavor to supplement the general social life of the campus, sponsors inter-class athletics, 
banquets, and mountain hikes. 

The entire "Y" program is integrated about the Sunday afternoon devotional meet- 
ings where prominent guest speakers, musical programs, and group discussions help us 
solve our vital problems. The spirit of Christ pervades the entire program and cul- 
minates in a search for vital, Christian living on the part of every man. 



Page 102 



Y. M. C. A. 



The Cabinet 

The wiser "Y's" men. 



The Children's Hour 
A corner in Barfletl- 

For Sonne Foolish Rea- 
son 
Marvin, Dick, Dave, 
Ralph 



The Return 


of the 


Na- 


tives 






Weldon, 


Ralph, 


Ray 


Incurables 






A corner 


of the g 


ame 


room 







Jolly Good Fellows 
Gregory Bald: Octo- 
ber, 1936 

Don 

A gentlennan, Suhl 






YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 

Lois Brown President 

E. Shirley Jackson J'ice-President 

Constance Johnson Secretary 

Clara Dale Echols .... Treasurer 
Louise Orr . • Nu Ga/n/na CJiairnmn 



For more than forty years of the college life at ]\Laryville, the Y. W. C. A. has been 
steadfastly one of the most influential forces in developing the individual in a well- 
rounded college life. 

Li the peaceful atmosphere of the Y. W. rooms, girls come together on Sunday 
afternoons to seek a broader understanding of life and comradeship of those about them. 

The Big Sister movement, the Nu Gamma Sigma groups, have helped make new 
students welcome to the campus. The Y. W. C. A. has sponsored women's athletics, 
prayer groups in each of the dormitories, and many other things which help to make 
life bigger. In the college town it has brought fuller opportunities of living to the 
orphanage and the mission. It has, on the Hill, aided in sponsoring the Artists' 
Series, the "^I" book, and the newly organized Peace Forum. Through sending 
delegates to the State Student Conference and the East Tennessee Interracial Con- 
ference, and by membership in the World Student Christian Association we have 
broadened our horizon. 

The Y. W. C. A. strives sincerely to forward each individual in his quest to attain 
for himself and others the highest of Christian ideals. 



Page 104 



Y. W. C. A. 



The Cabinet 

A study in expression 



We Retreat 



Line Springs: May, 
1936 



Our Wild Life 

Mary, Sue, Mary, Lois, 
Lillian 



All Aboard 

Homeward bound 

Dottie Mae and Nora 
The "Y" Shoppe 

Underneath the Bough 
Memories 



Two of Us 

Miss Jackson, Miss 
Bassett 

A Nook 

The "Y" Room 





LEADERS 

Top row: Louise Orr, Chairman, Helen Bobo, Elizabeth Carlisle, Helen Chambers, Mary Chambers. 

Second row: Suzanne Fickcs, Mary Haines, Ruth Haines, Mary Porter Hatch, Mary Jo Husk. 

Third row: Suzanne Lupton, Frances Nelson, Joy Pinneo, Catherine Pond, Alice Whitaker. 

Nor in picture — Mary Kate Anderson. 



Nu Gamma, as a part of the Y. W. C. A. organization, has as its purpose the welcoming 
and orienting of new girls who come to the Hill. Under the leadership of upperclassmen, small 
groups meet weekly at the beginning of the year to discuss our campus ideals and to help in 
making adjustments to our campus life. Nu Ciamma stands for: 



N ewness in Thought 

U sefuhiess in Service 

G rowth, both Spiritual and Social 

A ppreciation of Beauty and of Truth 

M ental Alertness 

]VI astery of Problems 

A ttitudes of Worth 



N U GAM 



A SIGMA 



STUDENT VOLUNTEER GROUP 



Cahinkt 



Mark Andrkus ......... Prrsidi/U 

Janet Talmagk Vicf-Prcsidcul 

WiNFORD Ross Treasurrr 

Joy PiNNEO Conespondintj Secffiary 

Frances Perrin Recording Secretary 

Ruth Haines Proyram Secretary 

Walter Maude Program Secretary 

Mr. Louis Black Sponsor 

Bessie Mansfield ........ Librarian 

Robert Lucero . House Chair man 



Li;i; WiiiiisiONE Devotions 

Fred Jeweit . liihle Study 

Ruth Profh-ii Social Chairman 

John Macill ........... Music 

Edith Gillette ll'orld Mindedness 

Mildred Dallas IVorld Mindedness 

Margaret Cloud ...... Bulletin Hoard 

Ruth Moore Bulletin Board 

Suzanne Fickes . Exchancje Program Secretary 
Charlotte King Home Missions 



UNITED STATES 

PERU 

HAWAII 

ALASKA 

EQUADOR 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

CANADA 

PUERTO RICO — 



HOME 



Remembering the command of Christ, 
"Go ye into all the world," the Stu- 
dent Volunteer Group seeks to express, 
develop, and educate the missionary 
spirit on the campus. 

ABROAD 



PHILIPPINES 

CHINA 

INDIA 

JAPAN 

PERSIA 

TURKEY 

AFRICA 

KOREA 

- PALESTINE 




Page 107 




FiTit ran: Professor Queener, Helen Maguire. Richard SchUfer, Dr. Hunter. 

Second row: Mark Andrews, Marcella Ardein, Lois Black. Curtmarie Brown. 

Third row: Edward Brubaker. Pauline Cope, Ernest Crawford, Etta Culbertson. 

Fourth row: Donald Hallam, Raymond Nelson, Mary Frances Ooten, Virginia Pennington. 

Fifth row: Louise Proffitt, Leland Waggoner, Walter West, James Whitt. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 

National Honorary Forensic Frati^rnity 
'Jlic Art of PirsiKision, Ihau/ifi/l and Just 

Por many years Maryville has been outstanding in forcnsics, and has the honor of 
having the Tennessee Alpha Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta. Debating, oratory, after- 
dinner, extempore, and impromptu speaking have been part of Maryville's forensic 
program. Seventeen members have comprised this year's varsity debate squad, which 
beside many dual debates has participated in the South Atlantic Forensic Tournament 
at Roclc Hill, South Carolina, the Provincial Pi Kappa Delta Convention at Johnson 
City, and the All-South Convention at Nashville. 

Degree of Special Distinction 

Order of Instruction 

Verton M. Queener Edwin R. Hlnter 

Degree of Honor 
Order of Debate 

Helen Maguire President 

Richard L. Schlafer Vice-President 

Lois Black Walter West 

Degree of Proficiency 

Order of Debate and Oratory 

Doxald Hallam 



Order of Debate 



Mark Andrews 
Etta Culbertson 



Thelma Mider 
Pauline Cope 



Curtmarie Browv 
Marcella Ardern 



Mary Franxes Ootev 

Degree of Fraternity 
Order of Oratory 

Walter West 

Order of Debate 

Raymond Nelson 
James Whitt 
Edward Brubaker 

Virginia Pennington, Secrctary-Trcasurcj 



Ernest Cr.awford 
Leland Waggoner 



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THETA ALPHA PHI 



National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 
TENNESSEE DELTA CHAPTER 



Lois Brown 
President 

Dr. Edwin R. Hunter 
Honorary Member 




Ruth Proffitt 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Mrs. NiTA E. West 
Faculty Ad^'isor 



Bernard Bovait, Historian 

"The art of acting is to hold as 'twere the mirror up to nature." — Shakespeare. 

Membership in Theta Alpha Phi is obtained by proficiency in acting 

and stagecraft. The purpose of the organization is to further the 

interests of true dramatics. 



Evan Renne 
Edward Brubaker 



Members 
Dorothea Stadelmann 
Maxwell Cornelius 
Wilson Leathers 



Gloria Miller 
Harold Truebger 




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WRITER'S 
WORKSHOP 



GOVERNING BOARD 

George Kent . . . Chm. ist Semester 
Shirley Jackson . Chm. 2nd Semester 

Daphne Harris Secretary 

Miss Jessie Johnson 



Now in its tenth year, Writers' Work- 
shop has been since its founding an organi- 
zation "to promote creative writing among 
the students and faculty and to provide a 
medium for criticism of their writings." 
Its membership, h'mited to twenty-five, is 
elected on a basis of literary proficiency. 















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B A I N O N I A N 



Fall Term 

Calista Palmer 

Shirlev Jackson . . . 
Helen Woodward 



Officers 

Winter Term 

. . President Dottie Mae Lewis 

. Vice-President Mary Emory 

. . Secretary Marlan Lodwick 

EMiL-i' Watson Treasurer 



Lois Black 
Irma Souder 



Prograini Secretaries 

Ruth Emory 

Mary Frances Ooten 



Sara Bolton 
Mary Knibloe 



Mary Jo Husk 
Mary Chambers 



House Chairmen 



Martha Watson 
Lenna Bess Childers 



Nina Husk 
Miriam Berst 



Poster Chairman Ruth Emory 

Sergeant-at-Arms Mary Lou Inglis 



Paqe 112 



After rush week and a warm Southern style welcome in the fall, new Bain- 
onians, following the example of older members, soon found their places 
both in classes and in extra-curricular life. Through the year the varied 
activities of the society included clever programs, joint meetings with brother 
Athenians, the very successful presentation of the mid-winter, "Elizabeth the 
Queen," and other highlights of achievement. 

Since its founding in 1874, Bainonian's place on the Hill has been outstand- 
mg. Not the least of her ideals maintained are the deep feelings of friend- 
ship among the members and a marked loyalty to Maryville, qualities which 
will linger long after we leave her portals. 

Proud of her achievements in the past, Bainonian looks forward to greater 
triumphs and many happy years of friendships to come. ''Our strong bond 
can ne'er be broken, sealed by friendship's tie." 



LITERARY SOCIETY 








ATHENIAN 



Officers 
r, ,, -r Winter Term 

Fall 7 crm 

DONNELL McARTHUR President FRED YOUNG 

Mark L. Andrews Vice-President John Lancaster 

Marvin Minear Secretary Evan Renne 

Clyde Powell Treasurer 



Program Secretaries 



Donald Killian 
Gerald Beaver 



Earl Short 
Weldon Baird 



Sergeants-at-Arims 
Miles Dills William Karukas 



Dave Brittain 



Keith Augenstein 



Critics 

Robert Goff LeROY Obert 

Joe Wallace Dick. Schlafer 

Leland Waggone;; Editor 

Evan Renne Pianist 



George L. Hunt 
Charles B. Blair 



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Athenian Literary Society has played an outstanding role in Maryville Col- 
lege hfe for sixty-nine years. Founded in 1868, the pioneer of the four socie- 
ties, it has continued through the years the same fine spirit of cooperative 
comradeship among all its members who realize the real honor and high privi- 
lege of having their names included on the society's roster. 
Athenian members are to be found at the head of many campus activities. 
The presidents of the Y. M. C. A., the Senior Class, the Student Volun- 
teers, and the Ministerial Association are all Athenian men. 
Continuing to maintain the purpose of its founders, the society has featured 
many programs of literary merit and esthetic value. The successful presenta- 
tion of "Graustark," its mid-winter, and the conducting of short story and 
playwriting contests have been featured. The fellowship and cooperation of 
Athenian men will continue to be felt in the future as in the past. 



LITERARY SOCIETY 



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T H E T A 



E P S I L O N 



Officers 

Fall Term JF'uiicr Term 

Kathryx Quass President Deane Bell 

MaRCELLA ArDERN Vice-President LiLLLAN LeLAND 

GWEN Vaughan Secretary CHARLOTTE Browder 

Marlan Thorson Treasurer 



Dorothy Armstrong 
Catherine Pond . . 



Program Secretary Betty Fell 

House Chair/nan RuTH KoRT Kaimp 



Jeanne Fenn Poster Chairman 

Elizabeth Moore Pianist 

Margaret Burchfield Scrgcant-at-Anns 



Page 116 



From east and west, from north and south come the members of Theta Ep- 
silon Society. In every one of our forty-three years there has been character- 
istic of our group a spirit of friendship felt on the campus as well as in the 
society hall. 

We are proud of Theta Epsilon! From September to June the society is 
represented in the fields of drama, music, journalism, athletics, art, and 
scholastic achievement. A signal success in George Kelly's Pulitzer Prize 
play, "Craig's Wife," was only one of the many achievements that warmed 
each member's heart with pride. 

Continuing to offer opportunity for self-expression and development to each 
member, we are willing to meet the challenge of past victories and strive for 
even greater attainments. "Fiappy Sisters," we! May we ever keep before 
us our noble motto: Si Deus Nobiscum. Quis Contra Nos? 



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ALPHA 



SIGMA 



Officers 



Don Hallam 
President 



H. WiCKMAN 

Bill Alston 
Program Secretaries 



Fall Term 

Wilson Leathers Othor Teague Charles E. Luminati 

Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 

Rat Nelson Bob Gillespie 

Bruce Morgan Scrgeant-at-Arms 

Critics 



IF inter Ter 



m 



Bill Morgan 
President 



O. M. Teague 
f'ice-President 



Ed Lavender 

Ray Nelson 

Program Secretaries 



H. WiCKMAN 

Secretary 

John Magill S. Savitski 

Critic Sergeant-at-Arms 



Charles E. Luminati 
Treasurer 



Spring Term 



Ed Lavender 
President 



Howard Wickman 
Fice-President 



John Magill 

Lincoln Johnson 

Program Secretaries 



Ray Nelson Charles E. Luminati 

Secretary Treasurer 

Bill Alston Gene Morgan 

Stan Phillips Sergeant-at-Arms 

Critics 



Page 1 18 



Alpha Sigma Society was founded in 1882 under the leadership of its first 
president, John Grant Newman, who honored the society with a visit this 
year. It was, and still remains, a society in which all phases of college activ- 
ity — drama, music, journalism, oratory, athletics, scholastic achievement — 
play their part. Alpha Sigma has been characterized by its informal congen- 
iality, its members enjoying the weekly meetings in a manner impossible 
where strict adherence to parliamentary procedure might dampen enthusiasm. 
Our spirit will be found among us on the campus and in the halls. Among 
us you will find many who stand out among their fellow students. We are 
proud of our society, yet always to every fellow student, of our own group 
or of our friendly rival societies, remains our extended right hand of good 
fellowship. In this spirit Alpha Sigma will continue to contribute her part 
to Maryville College. 



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PROPS! 
/ECKETABY 



DON 
> HALLAM 



dave: 
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"CORKV" 
CRAWFORD 
PRES. 



I^RED 
YOUNO- 



JOHNNV 
LANCA/TER 





DON 
rOSARTHUft 



RAV MEL/ON THE G^N6 EKfilE CAAWFORD 



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Officers 

First Se?nester Second Semester 

Marcella Ardern President Ruby Violet Lane 

Alice Marie Timblin .... Vice-President Nora Hensley 

Geneva Johnson Secretary Annie Lou Dill 

Lois Hodgson Treasurer Helen Miller 

Ruth Emory Program-Secretary Virginia Todd 

Mary Ruth Patton .... House Chairman .... Sarah Vanderhoven 
Jean Brand Editor ALarguerite Gray 

In 1930, twenty-one Home Economics majors and other students founded the 
Home Economics Club. The organization, under the supervision of Miss Aleiselwitz 
and ]\Iis3 Armstrong, has grown until it now has fifty members. 

The club meets every other week and creates friendships among the students of 
the Home Economics Department, besides carrying out the aim of the founders in 
presenting a broader view of the field, forming a link between school and home, and 
sponsoring such extra-curricular projects as open house teas, banquets, camping trips, 
and the publishing of the Betty Lamp, a Home Economics news letter sent to all 
alumnae of the department. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



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THE LAW CLUB 

OFFICERS. Walt.:,. Whst, Pn.ulcnr, Hdwa„„ A. Jussni.v, V.^cl'rc.J.nr. Ca«o,.v-n Happa», Src,a.ry.r„^,u,rr- 
Mil. F. L. Pkoffitt, l\iculiy Sprmior. 





THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS: f,>,, «.mo/.r-EvAN Renne, P.cs.dcu; Fred Jexvett. r,.c-.Pr._„J.,»; M.^lcolm Brown. 5.-cr.Mrv- 

irr^.^r^r; Walter Maude, Eduor. Second io„„,..r— Ralph Hand, Presided; Malcolm Brown, f,.-.-Prfi,J„,- 

Ernest Enslin, Secretary-Treasurer; Warren Ashby, Editor. 




CAROLINA CLUB 

Officers 

First Semester: President, O. M. Teague; Vice-President, Thelma Poteat; Recording Sec- 
retary, Lois Barnwell; Treasurer, Bulow Dysart; Program Secretaries, Sam Houck, Oliver 
Hamby, Roberta Enloe. 

Second Semester: President, Elmore Bryant, Vice-President, Anne Sherrill; Recording Sec- 
retary, Ruth Sylvester; Treasurer, Anne Raper; Program Secretaries, Virginia Pennington, 
James Whitt, Thelma Poteat. 



TRIANGLE CLUB 

Officers 

First Semester: President, Wilson Leathers; Vice-President, Wilkinson Meeks; Secretary, 
Betty Brimfield; Treasurer, Kenneth Van Cise; Program Secretaries, Joy Pinneo, Henry 
Swain. 

Second Semester: President, Bill Young; Vice-President, Betty Brimfield; Secretary, Joy 
Pinneo; Treasurer, Kenneth Van Cise; Program Secretary, Dorothea Stadelmann. 




GREAT WESTERN CLUB 
Officers 

First Semrster: President, Do\ Hai.i.am ; Vice-President, Darlexe Andrus; Secretary, Lilian' 
Borgquist; Treasurer, Robert Rankin; Program Secretaries, Mariax Thorsox, Jack Clixkmav. 

Second Semester: President, Darlene Andrus; Vice-President, Marian Thorson; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Betty Sommers; Program Secretaries, Sara Lee Hellums, Don Hallam." 



NATURE CLUB 

Officers 

First Semester: President, Simpson Spencer; Vice-President, Alma Whiffen; Secretarv- 
Treasurer, Dorothy Leaf; Program Secretaries, Marie Gcrney, Bill Wood. 

Second Semester: President, Jack Mahaney; Vice-President, Emily Watson; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Dorothy Haines; Program Secretary, ALartha Watson. 




THE 

HIGHLAND 
ECHO 



Queenei, Gaines, Luminaci 



Verton' M. Queener 



THE 

HIGHLAND 
ECHO 

A weekly publica- 
tion by the students, 
the editorial staff 
consisting of mem- 
bers of the four col- 
lege classes selected 
on a competitive 
basis. 



The Staff 
. Faculty Advisor Bernicf. Gaines, '37 • • ■ ■ Edilor-tn-Chlej 

Charles E. Luminati, '37 • Business Manac/ci 

Staff Editors 
George Felknor, Jr., '39 ■ Manacjincj Editor Simpson E. Spencer, Jr., '38 .Feature Editor 

John C. McIntyre, '38 . . . Sports Editor Helen Woodward, ^37 ■ • -Utimties Editor 

Reporters 

J. T. Hunt, '38 
Fred Rhody, '39 
Walter West, '38 

Freshman Apprentices 
Ruth Abercrombie, W.arren Ashby, Helen Gaines, Sara Lee Hellums, George Hunt Hart- 
well McCoLLUM, Otto Pflanze, Arlene Phelps, Harwell Proffitt, Louise Proffitt, Miriam 

Waggoner, Rupert Woodward 

Business Assistants 
Robert Gillespie, '38 William Wood, '38 

Arthur Byrne, '39 J. N. Badgett, 40 



Robert Brandriff, '39 
Curtmarie Brown, '39 
Arthur Byrne, Jr., '39 



Wando Columbo, '39 
Mary E. Haines, '38 




THE 1937 
CHILHO WEAN 




Spencer, Mclntyre 

THE STAFF 

Simpson E. Spkncer, Jr. . . Edilor-i/i-C/iiff Joux C. MclN'r'iRE . . . Business Manaffer 

Staff Editors 
Louise Orr Issociate Editor Helen Bobo Assistant 

Features 

John Stafford Editor Roberta Ent.oe Co-Editor 

John Magii.l Assistant 

Photography 

WiNFORD Ross Editor Allin Stephens Co-Editor 

Robert Brandriff Assistant 

Art 

Henry Swain . Editor Edward Gillingham Co-Editor 

Ray Nelson Assistant 

Athletics 

Editor Marian Lodwick Co-Editor 

CuRTMARiE Brown ■issistant 



Walter West 




THE 1937 
CHILHOWEAN 

The yearbook of 
Maryville College, 
published annually 
bv the Junior Class. 



v^.- 



"m.^^'r^. 




Fine Arts 



if 




FINE ARTS FACULTY 



Miss Katherine Davies 
Music 



Miss Wilhelmina Holland 
Expression 



Miss Dorothy Horne 
Music 



Mrs. Nita Eckles West 
Expression 



Miss Nav Bird 
Art 



Mr. Ralph Colbert 
Music 



THE DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS 

The Department of Fine Arts is in its first year as an integral part of the college. More than 
half a century ago there were teachers of music and art at Maryville College, and almost forty 
years ago a teacher of expression, but not until this year have these branches of the fine arts been 
made a part of the curriculum. A student may now major in music or dramatic art, and plans 
call for similar provisions in pictorial art. Private and class lessons are given in theory^ history, 
appreciation, and the like, and many musical and dramatic organizations and productions provide 
an outlet for maturing artists. 

The Vesper Choir, Orchestra, Band, and Men's and Women's Glee Clubs are under direction 
of the music faculty. They have formed the nuclei of T/ie Messiah, The Mikado, and Elijah this 
year. The Band has been uniformed for the first time. The Disc Club meets regularly to hear 
and discuss great recorded musical compositions. In the Fine Arts studio numerous recitals are 
given. 

The present jear has been notable because of the gift to the college of about forty portraits 
and portrait studies and about one hundred and fifty landscapes and marines, the ■work of the 
late Elizabeth Gowdy Baker, eminent painter of New York City. The collection, given by her 
husband, Mr. Daniel G. Baker, constitute the Elizabeth Go-u\ly Baker Memorial Art Gallery, sit- 
uated in Anderson Hall. 

Maryville College is building its curriculum and emphasis on the basis that the fine arts are 
an essential part of a liberal arts education. 

P a q e I 3 I 



Mary Emory 




GwEN Vaughan 



THE MUSIC GRADUATES 

A diploma has been awarded each year to those students in music who have attained a certain 
degree of proficiency during their years of study in this department. 




?\tW(%^ 



THE MESSIAH 



George Fredericl< Handel's famous oratorio, "The Messiah," was presented in Voorhees Chapel 
Sunday afternoon, December 13, the fourth annual performance of this well-known and beautiful 
masterpiece. The Vesper Choir and the Glee Clubs, augmented by students, faculty members, and 
residents of Maryville to a chorus of one hundred and seventy-five voices, were accompanied by 
the Maryville College Little Symphony Orchestra, the entire presentation under the baton of Pro- 
fessor Ralph Colbert. 

The soprano solo parts were taken by Mrs. L. R. Snelson, Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, Lilian Borgquist, 
and Calista Palmer. Harriet Barber and Margaret Law sang the contralto parts. Robert Cus- 
worth, tenor, and Donnell McArthur, bass, completed the list of soloists, all students or local resi- 
dents. Garnet Manges was pianist for the orchestra. 

The presentation of Handel's heart-stirring oratorio has become an established part of \he 
Christmas season at the college. The background design, by Miss Gertrude Meiselwitz, contrib- 
uted greatly to the success of the presentation this year. 



THE VESPER CHOIR 

Under the direction of Mr. Ralph Colbert, the Vesper Choir, with an expanded chorus, has 
presented for the fourth eonsccutivc year Handel's oratorio, "I'hc Messiah." Durin}; the year a 
recital of sacred music was presented at the Central Methodist Church, Knoxville, as well as 
Mendelssohn's oratorio, "Elijah," at the college during April. 'Jhrough harmonic singing in the 
Sunday evening vesper hour at the college the choir has attempted to contribute to its hearers the 
power and beauty of the music as it is felt by those who sing. 

Sopranos 



Lilian Borgquist 
Bernice Cathcart 
Helen Chambers 
Mildred Eri.ingheuser 



Martha Farrar 
Melva Huckaby 
Margaret Law- 
Lillian LELANI) 



Frances Nelson 
Louise Orr 
Calista Palmer 
Nanc^- Qltnn 



Katherine Adams 
Harriet Barber 
Helen Bewley 
Eleanor Brown 



Altos 

Ruth Bush 
Mary Helen Caywood 
Bernice Gaines 
Marian Huddleston 



Constance Johnson 
Marian Lodwick 
Gloria Miller 
Virginia Worth 



Tenors 



Charles Blair 
Lynn Curtis 
Robert Cusworth 
Edwin Goddard 



Don Killian 
Robert Koch 
John Magill 



Wilbur Parkin 
Don Rugh 
Henry Swain 
Richard Woodring 



George Brown 
Edmund Lorenz 
Lawrence Lowe 
Donnell McArthur 



Basses 

John McIntyre 
Robert McKibben 
Jack Meigs 



NLarvin Minear 
William Mooney 
Evan Renne 
Erwin Ritzman 




WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



Mr. Ralph Colbert Director 

Constance Johnson President 

Gloria Miller Business Manager 

Katherine Adams Assistant Business Manager 

In the earl_v autumn of this school year, the Women'? Glee Club began its activities by wel- 
coming its new members with a "Melody Masquerade" in the "Y" rooms. With more new mem- 
bers in February, the membership this year has been greater than ever before. 

Cooperating with the Vesper Choir and the Glee Singers, the beautiful oratorios, "The Mes- 
siah" and "Elijah," were presented this year, as well as the popular opera, "The Mikado." 

Although the ideal of the Women's Glee Club has been to bring into the lives of those about 
the campus a more intimate understanding of musical composition, this has not been our sole aim. 
It has been through these moments of comradeship in harmony and melody that each of us has 
attained a richer and deeper appreciation of the beauty of life. 



Katherine Adam.s 
Louise Allen 
Marcella Ardern 
Harriet Barber 
Helen Bewley 
Lois Black 
Helen Bobo 
Lilian Borgquist 
CuRTMARiE Brown 
Deane Brown 
Eleanor Brown 
Ruth Bush 
Sadie Callahan 
Frances Campbell 
Mary Helen Ca\-\vood 



Mary Emory 
Mildred Erlingheuser 
Martha Farrar 
Marguerite Gray' 
Ruth Haines 
Melva Huckaby 
Abby Higgins 
Hazel Henschen 
Marian Huddleston 
Constance Johnson 
Margaret Knox 
Marian Lodwick 
Betty McArthur 
Garnet Manges 
Muriel Mann 



Gloria Miller 
Frances Nelson 
Mary Patterson 
WiLMA Pechak 
Nancy Quinn 
Dorothy Roehm 
Ellen Sauer 
Alice Slifko 
Elizabeth Spahr 
Ruth Sylvester 
Sarah Vanderhoven 
Amaline Whaley 
Ruth Woods 
^'IRGINIA Worth 





Ralph Colbert Director Evan Renne . . . 

Donald Hallam President John Magill . . 

Henry Swain . . Asst. Business Manager 



. . Business Manager 
Asst. Business Manager 



The activities of the Maryville College Glee Singers have been many and varied this year 
under the new direction of Mr. Ralph Colbert. Cooperating in the presentation of Handel's "The 
Messiah" and in Mendelssohn's "Elijah," the Glee Singers, besides concerts at home and out-of- 
town, cooperated in the very successful presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado." 

Aside from the enjoyment of giving public performances, each man among the singers has 
developed deeper appreciations and friendships through singing in harmony with his comrades. 



Charles Blair 
Lynn Curtis 
Edwin Goddard 
Robert Cusworth 
Donald Hallam 
Donald Killian 



Tenors 

Robert Koch 
William Lewis 
John Magill 
Wilbur Parvin 
Henry Swain 
Richard Woodring 
Carl Wells 



Glenn Young 
John Guigou 
Dale Mathias 
Harold Wicklund 
William Karukas 
Harry Ferran 



Gerald Beaver 
George Brown 
Jack Clinkman 
Floyd Loperfido 
Edmund Lorenz 
Lawrence Lowe 



Basses 

DoNNEL McArthur 
Robert McKibben 
Clayton Marx 
Jack Meigs 
William Moonev 
Ray Nelson 
Evan Renne 



Lloyd Wells 
Allen Hinkelman 
Donald Rugh 
Bernard Boyatt 
George Hunt 
E. B. Smith 



THE 



LEE SINGE 



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THE 



Dick Woodring 
Drum Major 




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Officers 

Claude Riley 

President 

Horace Brown 

Vice-President 

Harold Truebger 

Treasurer 



Reba Blazer 
Sponsor 





THE DISC CLUB 



The Disc Chili was organized in October, I'jifi, lor the purpose of hearinj; the finest in re- 
corded music. Jts bi-weekly meetings are open to any music lover. 'J'his year great symphonic 
works and operas have been introduced, analyzed, and played. 'I'he meeting before each number 
of the Artists' Series is devoted to a study of the program of the artist. The following committee 
has been in charge: Calista Palmer, (hairman; Mr. Ralph Collins, Dorothy Armstrong, William 
Karukas, and Miss Katherine Davies, sponsor. 




THE MARYVILLE 
COLLEGE LITTLE 
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 



Miss Dorothy Horxe 

ConCtTt Master 

First riolins: Ed Brub.^ker, M.\bel Longmver, Otto Pflaxze, 

Emily W.\tson, Jo Winner, S.arah Hussey. 
Sfcoriii riolins: P.^uL Schalles, Dot Henderson", Mack Ryburn. 

Marian Gar\vood, Mary Haines, Joyce Brakebill. 
Viola: Elizabeth Spahr. 
Cello: Erwin Ritzman, Bob Lucero. 
Bass Fiddle: Fred Frost. 

Clarinets: Ivan Elder, Harvey Roys, Esther McCollc.m. 
Flutes: Nina Husk, Oakley Tate. 
Brasses: Ralph Reed, Claude Riley, Horace Brown, Bud Hudd- 

leston. 
Pianos: Charles Blair, Mary Emory. 
Drums: Eugene Craine. Harp: Charlotte King 












THE MIKADO 

The presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan's popular light opera, ''The Mikado,'' by the com- 
bined Glee Clubs, under the direction of Mr. Ralph Colbert, on March i3, was an event not soon 
to be forgotten. Accompanied by the Maryville College Little Symphony Orchestra, the opera was 
called to give a second performance on the stage of Knoxville High School one week later. 

With fine staging, excellent costumes, a good orchestral background, and a large chorus, the 
principals found it not difficult to draw applause from enthusiastic audiences. The role of Nanki- 
Pooh was sung by Dick Woodring, with Nancy Quinn as Yum-Yum. Bill Karukas scored a signal 
success as Koko, with Harriet Barber as the elderly Katisha. George Brown as Pooh-Bah, Edward 
Goddard as Pish-Tush, Evan Renne as the Mikado, Mildred Erlingheuser and Marian Huddles- 
ton as Peep-Bo and Pitti-Sing complete the cast of the successful production. 



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Clara Balcom, Bernard Boyatt, Irene Browder, Florence Butman. 
Gloria Miller, Virginia Pennington, Dorothea Stadelmann. Mary Kathenne Warren, Alice Whitaker. 



THE GRADUATES IN EXPRESSION 



Clara Balcom 

"Peter Ibbetson" 

"The Purple Mask" 

"The Admirable Crichton" 

"Craig's Wife," Staye Manager 

Bernard Boyatt 

"The Wasp's Nest" 

"Double Door" 

"Peter Ibbetson," Stage Manager 

"The Late Christopher Bean," Assistant Stage 

Manager 

"The Purple Mask" 

"The Man from Home" 

"Graustark" 

Irene Browder 

"The Purple Mask" 
"Craig's Wife" 

Florence BuT^LAN 

"Peter Ibbetson," Costume Mistress 

"The Stubbornness of Geraldine" 

"The Purple Mask," Stage Manager 

"Graustark" 



Glorl\ Miller 

"Lady Windermere's Fan" 

"The Purple Mask" 

Craig's Wife" 

ViRGiNLA Ellen Pennington 

"The Purple Mask," Bus. Manager 

"Peter Ibbetson" 

"Elizabeth, the Queen"' 

Dorothea Stadel.alann 

"Peter Ibbetson,'' Bus. Manager 

"The Stubbornness of Geraldine" 

"Elizabeth the Queen," Stage Mgr. 

"The Purple Mask," Property Mgr. 

]\Iarv Katherine AVarren 

"The Purple Mask" 
"Craig's Wife" 

Alice \Vhitaker 

"The Purple Mask" 
■Elizabeth, the Queen," Property Mgr. 



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THE MIDWINTERS 



ELIZABETH, THE QUEEN 

Bainonian's well-staged production of Maxwell 
Anderson's Elizabeth, the Queen, opened the mid- 
winter season. Outstanding for its costuming and 
an excellent title performance by Lois Brown, this 
play was a strong contender for the Theta Alpha 
Phi cup. 



THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON 

With Robert Gillespie in the title role of Sir James 
M. Barrie's well-known play, Alpha Sigma's con- 
tribution to the mid-winter series was unique. An 
excellent play and a strong cast were among the 
merits of Alpha Sigma's production. 




SEASON 1936-1937 



CRAIG'S WIFE 

With a brilliant performance by Deane Bell and 
Gordon Bennett, together with excellent staging 
and an experienced supporting cast, Theta Epsilon 
won for the second straight year the Theta Alpha 
Phi cup with George Kelly's Pulitzer Prize play, 
Craig's Wife. 



GRAUSTARK 

Athenian's presentation of Grace Hayward"s adap- 
tation of McCutcheon's novel. Graustark. brought 
to a fine close the mid-winter season. Lois Black. 
Gerald Beaver, and Mark Andrews gave excellent 
interpretations of the leading roles. 



Page Ml 



ii:; 




Athletics 




Robert C. Thrower 
Assistant Coach 



LOMBF, S. HONAKER 

Coach 



Clifford Overly 
Assistant Coach 



1936 FOOTBALL SEASON 

Finishing the season in third place in the Smoky Mountain Conference, the Highlanders 
of 1936 enjoyed one of the best seasons in recent years. Handicapped by heavy losses 
from graduation, the squad approached a difficult season. But their record reflects their 
spirit. Five games were won and five were lost. 

But the number of games won and lost does not tell the true story. For those of us who 
saw those games the 1936 season will hold memories of countless thrilling moments. That 
field goal against Kentucky . . . The rain at the CuUowhee game . . . Overly kicking the 
extra pomt to win against Milligan . . . "Gorky's" sleeper pass m the game with Wesleyan 
. . . Teachers' heart-breaking win by a safety . . . The Highlanders holding Tennessee on 
the goal line at Knoxville . . . O'Dell's field goal and Burris' runnmg against the King 
Tornado . . . The fighting spirit of the whole team in every game . . . These will remain 
vivid memories when many more seasons have followed this one. 

When the arc lights shine down on Wilson Field again next year there'll be somethmg 
missmg. Crawford, with his drive and fight, will be gone. Alexander's alert defense will 
be missed. Big Stanley Hall's position at guard will be vacant. Coulter and Kosloski 
will not be there to play end for the Scotties. These graduating players have been great 
warriors. The Highlander team that takes its place on the gridiron next year will miss 
them. 



1936 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 
Maryville . 



Kentucky 3_|. 

Hiwassee o 

Tusculum o 

Culknvhee o 

Milligan (, 

Tennessee Wesleyan 40 

East Tennessee Teachers 2 

Tennessee 34 

King i^. 

Carson-Newman 26 



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LETTERMEN 

The Highlanders of 1936 were led by Lynn "Corky" Crawford. Playing 
his third year, Crawford's name was respected by every team on the sched- 
ule. He tackled hard. He drove hard when he carried the ball; he fought 
till the whistle. He accomplished a difficult job like a gentleman. . . . His 
understudy, Jim Renfro, made more tackles during the season than any 
other player. He always came up smiling. When there was work to do, 
Renfro did it well. . . . Fullback Overly played a consistent game. A neat 
ball carrier and a great kicker, Jack turned in most of the extra points. 
Jack's broken rib kept him from seeing much service in the latter part of 
the season, but his earlier record marked him as a real player. . . . Junior 
OdeTl, big passing and kicking back, earned all the praise he gained. His 
field goals at Kentucky and against King will long be remembered. . . . 
Cochrane, biggest man on the team, was a terror in the line. Tearing 
through the opposition's lines, Jim stopped many a play before it started. 
. . . TuUoch, giant Freshman, won himself to Maryville sports fans by his 
hard playing and his promise of a bright future. . . . Alexander, a name 
bringing memories of a spectacular game, a name signifying all that a 
good ball player should be. Bruce will be missed. . . . Toll Coulter, one of 
the smallest men on the team, but every pound dynamite to the opposition. 
In on every play, his disposition made him one of the most popular men 
on the team. . . . Jim Proffitt, next year's alternate captain, was a big factor 
in the line. His defense game was good; his offensive game lacked little. 
. . . Stanley Hall made his presence felt both by his alert defense and his 
charging offense. A guard of no mean ability, Stan will be long remem- 
bered for the fierceness of his play. . . . Burris is one of the best broken- 
field runners Maryville has seen. A great deal of credit is due Al for his 
flashy gains and the strength of his drives. 



THE SQUAD 



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Corky Crawford 

Captain 

End 
Brcce Alexander 

End 
Jack Overly 

Back 
Jim Renfro 

Line 
Junior Odell 

Back 
Jim Cochrane 

Line 
Fred Tllloch 

Line 
Jim Proffitt 

Line 
Toll Coulter 

Line 
Stan Hall 

Line 
Al Burris 

Back 



HIGHLANDERS OF 1936 



LETTERMEN 

Kosloski had a good year at end. He tackled with viciousness and few 
were the gains around him. . . . Don Parker was a bright spot of the sea- 
son. A flashy back with much speed and courage, we expect much from 
him next fall. . . . Cooper's game was interrupted about mid-season by a 
knee injury, but he played hard when he was in the lineup. A worthy cen- 
ter. . . . Bill Swearingen drove his way through the line for gain after gam, 
his fight equalled only by his clean play. . . . Bill Baird had a good year 
in the backlield. Always responding eagerly when called on, he will be 
counted on for much next year. . . . Little Davis thrilled the Scottie fans 
at Carson-Newman with the courage of his fight. He played well all sea- 
son in spite of any weight advantage for the opposition. . . . Guy Propst 
received an injury in the first game, but returned the latter part of the 
year to do good service and earn his letter. . . . Kindred, a backfield man 
of no mean ability, returns next year to see valuable service. . . . Faulkner 
was one of the mainstays of the line. In every game he was in there fight- 
ing for all he was worth. ... In the line there was no tougher man than 
Burns. He made up for his size in fight. . . . Widner was a fast, elusive 
player who saw valuable service in the backfield throughout the schedule. 
. . . Kramer — a good player with a future as well as a good season just 
past. . . . Jenkins, another man who played a great game in the Ime. The 
strength of his fight earned him his letter. . . . Etheridge— a Freshman 
back with promise of being one of the team's best players next fall. . . . 
Wilborn served his position well. He returns for another season next year. 
. . Byrne and Guigou are two managers who served well, their efficiency 
and personalities making them popular with players, coaches, and fans 
alike. . . . The cheerleaders— Wicklund, Young, Leathers, and Stevenson 
— four jolly good fellows. 



THE GAME 



Ef*7 






Pete Kosloski 

End 
Don Parker 

Back 
Bill Cooper 

Line 
Bill Suearikcev 

Back 
Chuck Davis 

Line 
Bill Baird 

Back 
Guv Propst 

Line 
Chuck Kindred 

Line 
Harold Burn"? 

Line 
Leon Widner 

Back 
Bob Faulkner 

Line 
Arnold Kramer 

Line 
Tack Wilburn 

Back 
Tim Etheridge 

Back 
Obie Jenkins 

Line 
Johnny Guigou 

^lanager 
Art Byrne 

Asst. Manaper 
Rusty, Bill, Will, 
Russ 

Cheerleaders 



HIGHLANDERS OF 1936 








V- ^-5 





McGiLL 



Odell 



Hannah 



Overly 



Baird 



GiLMORE 



Howard McGill 
Forixard 

John Odell 
Forivard 

Lee Hannah, Captain 
Center 



Jack Overly 
Guard 



Weldon Baird 
Guard 

John Gilmore 
Mana(icr 



BASKETBALL 

THE SEASON 

The 1937 hardwood Highlanders turned in a most creditable record, though 
losing the Smoky Mountain title to Carson-Newman. Winning seventeen and 
losing four of the twenty-one games on the schedule, Coach L. S. Honaker's 
men were one of the most feared teams in the eastern part of the state. On the 
schedule were twelve conference games, of which the Scots won ten, losing only 
to the champion Eagles to take second place in the conference. The Scots also 
engaged three strong independent teams, besides four college teams not in the 
conference. 

Lee Hannah, lanky center for the Highlanders, was the high-point man of the 
team for the season, scoring a total of 256 points and passing beyond a thou- 
sand points for his four years on the team. McGill continued his brilliant per- 
formance of last season, as did the veterans Overly and Odell. The two "finds" 
of the year were Stanley and Hernandez, who gave valuable service, especially 
toward the close of the schedule. 

The season was packed with thrills. There will not be many who will soon for- 
get the breath-taking closing minutes against Emory-Henry in the last game of 
the season ... or that heart-rending overtime against Carson-Newman, with 
the greatest crowd in Maryville basketball history looking on ... or Hannah's 
winning goal in the last twenty seconds of play against Milligan . . . McGill's 
accuracy against Carson-Newman . . . Overly's excellent floor work . . . Baird's 
fighting spirit . . . Stanley's speed and brilliance . . . Hernandez's enthusiasm. 
The 1937 prospects look good, but there will be two vacancies hard to fill. 
Lee Hannah will be out of the center circle, and Jack Overly won't be there. 
The Scots will miss them. 

Page ISO 








Stanley 



THE 1937 HIGHLANDERS 



Hervandez 



BASKETBALL 



1 




THE SCHEDULE 


■ 


Maryville 


opponent 


Sccrc 


47 


. Johnson Bible College 


17 


42 


. Johnson Bible College 


25 


47 


. East Tennessee Teachers 


24 


39 


. Norris T. V. A 


30 


48 


. Lincoln Memorial University 


41 


47 


. . Mynatt's Funeral Home 


41 


44 


. Austin Peay Teachers 


25 


39 


. . Kins 


33 


23 ■ 


. Emory-Henry 


47 


38 


. Tennessee Wesleyan 


26 


48 


East Tennessee Teachers 


29 


48 


. Tusculum 


17 


54 


. Gulf Refiners 


15 


44 


. King 


28 


37 


. *Carson-Newman 


40 


50 


. Lincoln Memorial University 


28 


28 ; 


. Milligan 


27 


33 


. Carson-Newman 


35 


30 


Millisan 


77 


45 

38 


Tusculum 


33 


Emory-Henry 


■. ...40 


"Overtime period. 






1 



THE SQUAD 

Levi Staklev 
Forzi-arJ 

Srcoiid Roil-: 

Stevenson", Parker. My- 
ers, Etheridge, Hernan- 
dez 



First Ro<iL-: 

Coach Hoxaker, McGill, 
Stanley, Odell, Han- 
nah, Overly, Gilmore 

T/iirJ RozL-: 
Black. Humphries, Au- 

GENSTEIN. McGiLL 

Rene Hernandez 
Guar J 



Page 151 




The 1936 edition of the Highlander baseball team, though starting the season late and handi- 
capped by poor practice conditions, nevertheless turned in a record far from poor. Winning 
nine out of sixteen starts and finishing well up in the conference race, the season of 1936 can 
be justly termed a success. It was only after a bitter resistance that the Sects surrendered the 
Smoky Mountain championship to the East Tennessee Teachers Buccaneers. 
Coach Honaker once again exhibited his skill in coaching by shaping a machine that battled 
most of the opponents on even terms. Only Carson-Newman and East Tennessee Teachers 
won their series with the Scots. Coach Honaker's team was one of which he can be proud. 
Its keynote was cooperation and its motto was loyalty to school and coach. 
The individual playing was admirable throughout the year. Wilbur Loessburg once again 
played excellently in the outfield. Jim Hollow ly, dependable outfielder, drove out the longest 
home run in the history of Scottie baseball. Don Cross, at second and short, played outstand- 
ing ball. Hand, Collins, and Ashby on the mound worked well and helped the Scottie cause 
in many pinches. HoUoway and Cross were re,varded for their playing by being chosen on the 
mythical Smoky Mountain Conference Team. 

This season brought to a close the careers of three of Maryville's best players, Loessburg, Hol- 
loway, and Blazer. The Scots will miss them in the future. 



Maryville . 

Marj'ville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 



Alcoa .... 
Emory-Henry 
Hivvassee . 
Carson-Newman 
Carson-Newman 
L. M. U. . . . 
E. T. Teachers . 

Marvville . . 



Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

Maryville . 

■; ; E. T. Teachers 



5 ; Carson-Newman 

3 ; Emory-Henry 

7; Emory-Henrv 

i; L. M. U. . '. 

3 ; L. M. U. . . 

3 ; E. T. Teachers 

3 ; E. T. Teachers 



BASEBALL 



TRACK 









DUAL MEETS 








Maryville . 


. 40; 


Tennessee 


. . <)i Marwiile . . 


■ 47 '/2 


; David'-on . . . 


8o'/2 


Maryville . 


• 77; 


ChattaiuioKa 
Mary\'ille 


. . 54 Maryville . . 
. 82 ; I'.mnry and llenrv . 


1 04 ' _. 
44 


Lincoln Memorial 


25>-- 



At the close of the 1936 track season, Maryville once more stood at the front of the teams 
in the conference and among the leading teams in the section. Against strong opposition, 
the Scotties turned in record-breaking performances throughout the season. 
Coach Robert Thrower moulded a team that defeated Emory and Henry, Chattanooga 
University, and Lincoln Memorial University, and made admirable showings against Ten- 
nessee and Davidson. In the state tourney for the second consecutive year, the Highlander 
thinlies ran the champion Tennessee team a close second. 

In the meet with L. M. U., Eddie Lavendar, four-year pole vault ace, broke his own rec- 
ord by adding an inch to the existing record, elevating the reed to the height of 1 1 feet 
and 3 inches. Stu Snedeker maintained his reputation for breaking marks by clipping ten 
seconds off the old record, set in 1932, for the two-mile event in the meeting at Davidson. 
Roy Talmage clipped off part of the record for the quarter-mile in a flashing performance 
against Emory and Henry. 

The thrill of the year was provided by a member of the track squad when Stu Snedeker 
gained national recognition in the Southern A. A. U. junior tryouts held at New Or- 
leans in May. Snedeker, Maryville's sole entry in the Olympic trials, smashed all existing 
records in the Junior A. A. U. trials for the 5,000-meter event. 

Graduating members of the squad were Snedeker, Gillis, Lavendar, Gray, Steakley, and 
Loessberg. 





Bob Gillespie Jim Proffitt 

Front Rov;: Tulloch, Renfro, Scull, Propst, Coulter, Meares, Montgomery, Stevens 
Back Ro<w: Coach Thrower, Judy, Luxton, Millsaps, Taylor, Dady, Schreiber, Burns, 

Byrne, Manat/cr 

WRESTLING 

THE 1937 SEASON 

Coach Bob Thrower's wrestHng squad, winning the Tennessee State Wrestling Cham- 
pionship for the seventh consecutive year, made an enviable record of five wins, one tie, 
and one loss. The Scottie grapplers met stiff opposition and consistently overcame every 
state foe they met. 

Beginning the season handicapped by an inexperienced team, weakened later by ab- 
sence of varsity veterans on flood duty near Louisville, and weakened by injury for the 
last match, the entire team's performance was outstanding. Montgomery and Propst 
shared the spotlight for the mat season, Montgomery winning three falls and a time 
advantage, the latter won after receiving a broken hand, and Propst winning two falls, 
three time advantages, losing only on a fifteen-second advantage in an overtime period. 
Meares was undefeated when he finished at mid-year, and Scull and Renfro lost but one 
match each. Meares, Renfro, Coulter, and Ernest will be lost by graduation, but Stevens, 
Scull, Montgomery, Jenkins, Tulloch, and Judy will be back to strengthen the veterans, 
Gillespie, Propst, and Proffitt. 



Maryvillc 
30 . . . 
14 . . . 



THE SCHEDULE 

opponent Maryvillr Opponent 

Knoxville "Y" o 28 ... . Knoxville "Y" 8 

Chattanooga "Y" is 21 .... l'. of Tennessee 9 

Chattanooga "Y" 11 12 ... . U. of Tennessee 12 

Marwille . . . . 11; Davidson .... 15 



Page 154 



CROSS-COUNTRY 



Meeting early in the fall, the 1936 harriers, 
working with the veteran Roy Talmage as cap- 
tain and ciiach, began a season that saw them at 
the erul uniiefeateii. Meeting the University of 
Tennessee and Lincoln Memorial University this 



year, the sr|na(l hopes next year to expand its 
schedule, with I'almage, Haird, Morgan Rugh, 
Mooney, Orr returning. 'Ihe team will miss Rom 
Meares, lost this year by graduation. 



SWIMMING 



A season that saw records shattered by Meeks, 
Wicklund, and Lowe, plus the tough schedule of 
meeting Tusculum, Kentucky, Tennessee, Knox- 
ville "Y," Auburn, and Emory (at Atlanta) in 
a series of nine meets the 1937 mermen, captained 



h\ lifib C'lemmer, may look back with pride on 
their performance this year. \\'ith .Meeks, vet- 
eran breast-stroke swimmer, and Clemmer the 
only men failing to return next year, the Scotties 
look forward to a hopeful 1938 season. 



CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD 

First Row : 

Bill Mooney, Weldon Baird, Roy T.almage, 
Captain, Don Rl^gh 

Secoiul Roir: 

Rom Meares, Gene Orr, Bruce Morgan, Ray- 
mond Bljxton, Manaffer 




^ ^ r:s — 



1937 SWIMMING TEAM 

First Roir : 

Wicklund, Stafford, Clemmer, Captain, Rad- 
ford, Young 

Second Rojc: 

HiLDITCH, Lo\VE, RiTZMAN 

Third Roic : 
Craine, Hedrick, AIeeks, Wilson, George F. 

FiSCHRACH, Coach 





Front Rozc: Kosloski, Gillingham, Jewett, Fogaris 
Second Row: Scott, Columbo, Meeks, Quigley, Fischbach 



TENNIS 



Coach Fischbach's 1936 tennis team, handicapped by inexperience, played through an admirable 
season. Opposing Birmingham-Southern, Tennessee, Tusculum, East Tennessee Teachers, Chatta- 
nooga, Tennessee Wesleyan, and Sewanee, the netters, under Captain Ed Scott, who won the 
Smokv Mountain Conference singles championship, loolc forward to better seasons to come. 



THE "M" CLUB 

OFFICERS: President, Leah McGhee; wee-president, Dot Leaf; secretaries, Sarah Botto, 
Martha McSpadden; treasurer, Catherine Pond; program secretaries, Dorothea Stadei.mann, 

Janet Talmage. 




WOMEN'S ATHLETICS 



THE SOPHOMORE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS, 1936 

From row: Eviii.vN Fhrcuson, Wii.ma Pkchak, I'kikoa Jijiinsov, 1kancf:s 1 avi.ok, Elizabeth 
Blackburn, Beairice McConnell, Katherink Adams, Marian Tmorscj.v 

Iltuk row: Viola Chambers, Manager, Katherine Brown, Martha Watson, Sarah Hmm, 
Alice Whitaker, Marguerite Miller, Edith Pierce. 



JUNIOR-SENIOR BASEBALL CHAMPIONS, 1936 

Fronl roiv: Minnie Belle Watson, Norma Shields, Emil\- Waison, Addie Kikb^-, Elizabeth 

McNamara, Inez Roseberr^'. 

Back roiv: Viola Chambers, Manager, Ann Jett, Bea Wheeler, Leah McGhee, Ella Stephens, 
Carol Nelson, Leola Halsey, Dorothy Leaf. 





JUNIOR-SENIOR SOCCER CHAMPIONS, 1937 

Frotit ron.1-: \'irginia Pennington, Emilv Watson, Addie Kirbv, Mary Elizabeth Lyons, Edith 

Pierce. 

Back roii;: Sarah Botto, Janet Talmage, Katherine Adams, Marian Thorson, Elizabeth 
Blackburn, Martha Watson, Manaijer. 



SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS, 1937 

Nina Dair McMillan, Lois Barnwell, Estle Keri.e\, \'iki;inia Paririik;k, Janie Ruth Corry, 
Catherine Pond, Esther Sommers, Betty Kelly, Martha Watson, Manaycr. 




Features 



BEAUTIES... 




SMiss IJirginia Lee Schaeffer 
FRESHMAN 



^iss Helen ^obo 
SOPHOMORE 



HIGHLAND LASSIES of 1937 



BERNIE 
Independent 

FRED 

Amazing 

BILL 

Efficient 

DON 

Genial 

SHIRLEY 

Intelligent 

FRED 

Democratic 



LOIS 

Versatile 

CHARLIE 

Clean-cut 

CALISTA 

Spontaneous 

RED 

Witty 




PERSON 




DAVE 

Dependable 

KAY 
Genuine 

OGIE 

Humorous 



JOAN 
Chic 

DICK 

Jorial 

LILLIAN 
Sincere 



BILL 

Scholastic 

DOTTIE NLAE 
Droll 

DON 

Musical 

M'^RCELLA 
Domestic 



A L I T I E S 



^er Professor 

Ye gates! 

Trail oA-Wind- 
ing 

Heave and Ho 

'^arnwarmed 

(Sammy's Little 
babies 

We cAre Fresh- 
men 

Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum 

Sunset and an 
Elm 

Stitch in Time 





"Paths of glory 

Little iMen, 
What %ext? 

^iill Session 

Ton ^ame It 

Wovien in White 

beyond Qhilho- 
wee's ^ts. 

For Art's Sake 

"Pals 

Snow Use 

Stretching It 



October After- 
noon 

Howell and 
Hofmann 

Sleeping 
'beauties 

Under Qover 

For He's d yolly 
Qood Fellow 

L. toR.: ^rown, 
Swain, Nelson, 
^an Qise 

Ladies and Lilies 
Farly Spring 
<Morning iMist 





^i// and Qinny 
^on and Red 

yohnny and 
Louise 

Harold and 
^ary 'Sorter 

Ted and iMar'ie 

Qlyde and Kay 

Win and Helen 

Roy and oAlice 

Corky and 
Wilma 

^ernie and 
Florence 

Johnny and 
8relyn 

Fred and 
Qarolyn 

'Dare and 
Winme 

Hypo and Irene 

T)on and Helen 

Stan and ^inny 



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